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WARE GENEALOGY; 



ROBERT WARE, 

OF DEDHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, 
1642 — 1699, 

AND 

HIS LINEAL DESCENDANTS. 



Compiled by Miss Emma Forbes Ware, of Milton, Mass. 

1S3S— 1S9S. 



BOSTON, MASS. 

PUBLISHED BY CHARLES II. POPE, 

221 Columbus Ave. 

1901. 



»RK 

5 

ASTOK, LENOX AND 
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS. 

R 1901 L. 



The nucleus of the following work was an article entitled " Genealogy 
of Robert "Ware of Dedham, Mass., by Miss Emma F. Ware, Milton, 
Mass.," printed in the N. E. Hist. Gen. Register for January, 1887 ; re- 
printed, by permission, in pamphlet form the same year. The work was 
subsequently completely revised by Miss Ware, and brought to its present 
scope. 



BOSTON : 

ilrcss of ©abt'lj (Elapp & £on. 



[ Follow Ing [a the Preface fco the pamphlel Issued In 1887. 



PREFACE. 



In the compilation of the following sketch the principal source 
of information has been the Town Registers. Copies of the records 
of over forty towns have been obtained from (own clerks, the 
largest number of names being found at Wrentham. The mar- 
riage of the original Robert and the births of all his children are 
found at Dedham, and the descendants of his five sons can be 
followed for many years in an unbroken line in the records of 
Wrentham, Needham and Franklin. As the numbers increase, 
however, the difficulty of identification becomes greater, for until 
the present century, except in the births, the name of the parent is 
seldom given. At this point, then, family traditions and records 
become indispensable, and thanks are due to all those who have 
kindly assisted to make this record as complete as it is. Many of 
the omissions are due to the failure of various persons, town clerks 
and others, to respond to letters of inquiry. 

In one case only has the information been derived wholly from 
private sources. Samuel 3 (Xo. 15) disappeared early from the 
Wrentham records, and no trace of him could be found. It was 
only by accident that a descendant was discovered in the West, and 
by this means a tolerably complete record of that branch has b 
obtained. To this branch belongs a member of the fifth generation, 
Thomas ^Yare* of Granville, 111., now in his eighty-firsi year. As 
he was born the day his grandfather, Samuel," died, two lives carry 
us back to within eighteen years of the Lifetime of the first Robert; 
ami if Robert hail lived until 1717, a- the father of six such long- 
lived sons as Kbenezer 2 and his five brothei-s might well have done, 
three lives would cover tin; whole period since the first settlemei 

► Since the above was in press, intelligence has been received of the death of Mr. 
Thomas Ware, at Granville, Qlinois, on the sixth of December. 



4 "WARE GENEALOGY. 

the country. The average age of these six men was more than 
eighty years, and one of them lived to be ninety-seven. 

In the course of this investigation a good deal of material has 
been collected, including not only some names which bring several 
branches down to the present time and others which have not yet 
been fitted into their proper place, but also wills, deeds and personal 
records and anecdotes for which there was no room in this brief 
outline.* One instance may be given: Eleazer Wood, father of 
Hannah Ware (page 18), was scalped by the Indians during the 
attack on Medfield, 1675-6, when a boy of fourteen. He survived, 
and afterwards married, but was " subject to mental aberrations " 
and died early. His descendants may here find a clue to eccen- 
tricities which have hitherto puzzled them. There is a tradition 
that the great-grandson who named his daughter China, would 
have named his son Crockery if his wife had not protested. Is not 
the cause of this freak to be looked for in the disaster that befel 
young Eleazer Wood as he and his brother were yoking their oxen 
that dim, cold February morning? Emerson says, "Every man is 
a bundle of his ancestors." We are what our ancestors have made 
us, and our descendants will be what their ancestors make them. 

Whether this additional material is ever preserved in a more per- 
manent form will depend largely upon the interest taken by the 
various members of the family in supplying the necessary further 
information, and also upon the demand for so expensive a work as 
this would be. The present sketch comes down late enough for 
almost any one to discover to which branch he himself belongs. 

Emma F. Ware. 

Milton, Massachusetts, 
December 11, 1886. 

* Although great pains have been taken to secure the correctness of the data in the 
following paper, it is impossible that no mistakes should have been made. All cor- 
rections, emendations and additions will be gratefully received by the compiler, as it 
is hoped as soon as possible to print a fuller account of the family, bringing the history 
down to the present time. Some facts have been obtained from a sketch printed in 
the Register, vol. vi., in connection with Joseph Ware's journal of an expedition to 
Canada. 

For the items relating to the Day and Wight families, the compiler is indebted to 
Mr. D. F. Day, of Buffalo, and Mr. W. W. Wight, of Milwaukee ; for extracts from the 
records of Bristol County, Mass., to Mr. J. W. Wilcox, of Taunton, and Rev. W. L. 
Chafhn, of North Easton ; for the topography of Dedham, to Mr. D. G. Hill, of Ded- 
ham, and Mr. C. C. Greenwood, of Needham. 



INTRODUCTORY NOTI-. 



From the year 1887, when the Register article and the Pamphlet 
saw the light, till October, 1898, when her pen was finally laid 
down, Miss Ware did a very large amount of most careful work in 
gathering and compiling the annals of the family. She thru felt 
that, her task was practically completed, and longed for time and 
Strength to see it in type. 

Those who loved her most have not been willing- that her noble 
endeavor should fail oi' its purpose, nor that the friends* who had 
cooperated with her should lose their joint "labor of love" For 
this reason the present publication is made; wherein .Miss Ware's 
collections and writings concerning Wans and the children of 
Ware mothers are printed with the t'ewest possible changes of phr 
or form. Her valuable notes upon Wares whose relation to the 
Dedham family was not proven, are placed in the' Appendix for 
further study by those most interested. The article upon Wares in 
England has been compiled by another hand while the geneal 
was passing through the press. ('. II- ;'. 

* Acknowledgments would undoubtedly have lade in print Ware to 

- ,•». Lyra ■ ice Rich it Iso i W .i r . 1 1 

ral others who I d her very much in tracing out large branches of the family 

and gathering facts ofgri 



ENGLISH NOTES. 

Compiled by the publisher chiefly from documents conied by Mrs. Francis B. Troup, 
Offwell House, Honiton, Eug. 



The county of Devon, from which many of the settlers of Maine 
and New Hampshire, a large part of the earliest inhabitants of 
Dorchester, and many other pioneers came, has been for centuries 
the home of numerous persons bearing the name Ware (in its various 
forms) . 

In deeds relating to the parish of St. Mary Arches, in the city of Exeter, 
land was conveyed 1 August, in the tenth year of king Edward IV [1471] 
by Thomas Wen, son aud heir of Robert Weir of Exeter. 

Richard Were, of Honiton Clyst, made his will 1 January, 4 Edward 
VI [1550]; minor sons Thomas and Edward; in case of their death 
before the age of 18, bequest to go to son John ; to his father (who is 
sick) a gown that is at Exeter ; residue to wife Joan and son John ; 
mentions brother Edward. [Dean and Chapter]. 

John Weare, of Sowton, husbandman; will, 1583. To poor of Pinhoe 
and of Clist Honiton; wife Elizabeth; son Edmund under 21; daus. 
Margaret and Dorothy and son William Weare ; father Edmond Weare. 
Overseers, John Pyne of Heavitree, Thomas Weare of Holbrook (Clist 
Honiton), William Ayton. [Archd. of Ex.] 

Edmund Weare, yeoman, will dated 8 December, 1584. Wife Alice ; 
son Thomas ; children of son John ; Grace, dau. of son in law Jherome 
Cheriton ; children of sons in law John Hill, Henrie Coose and Richard 
Jervis ; Stewart, Henrie Weare ; maid servant, Marie Hechman ; Dennys 
Clerke, maid servant to son in law Gilbert Ponsford. Overseers, James 
Coose, Thomas Weare, my son, and Henrie Coose; witnesses Jherome 
Cheriton, clarke, Thomas Ware, James Peryam and John Lympanie. 
[Archd. of Ex.] 

In Woodbury, Robert Warre and Christian Yeele were married 16 
April, 1557. 

Robert Weare and Joan Eollett were married at St. Mary Arches, 
Exeter, 10 April, 1027. Robert Weare of Clist Honiton and Charity 
Carter of Pynhowe were licensed to marry at Exeter June 2, 1628; and 
Robert Weare of Ottery St. Mary and Thomasin, daughter of Anthony 
Butt of the same were licensed February 7, 1630-1. 

Robert Weare of Whitstone, tailor, made his will Dec. 20, 1622; pro- 
bated 25 March, 1623. Bequeathed to wife Joane, sou Thomas, grand- 
daughter Joane, daughter of son Thomas. 

Robert Weare of Clyst Honiton made will 27 December, 1632. Begs 
his wife Joan to be a good mother to his children ; bequeaths to son 
William best cloak and coat, and certain specified articles after the death 
of wife ; daughter Elizabeth had made over certain rights in lands before 



WARE GENEALOGY. < 

her decease; daughters Jane, Joane, Dorothy and Catharine, all min< 
son Robert Wears, a minor, to have lands at Farringdon, which are to 
reverl to daughter Dorothj it he die before marriage. Cousin John 
Michell, William Bishopp, ffrancis Waldron and brother Nathaniel W< 
overseers. Witnesses, John Waldron, Nathaniel Weare and John Weare. 
Signed (with murk); seal, a fleur de lis. [nventory of Roberl Weare 
the elder, who dyed the 7 day of November, 1633, made bj William 
Bishopp, Nathaniel Weare and William Weare. Total 388 li. Proved 
4 December, L633. 

Roberl Weare the elder, late of Ottery, administration of hi- estate 
was granted October 29, 1646, to James Batt, during the minority of 
the children Robert, Roger and Ef ranees; bond by .lames Batt, yeoman, 
and Tristram Stoning, tanner, of Honiton. Witnesses, Matthew Bennett 
ami Nicholas Pigeon. [ Areh.l. Ex.] 

Topsham, March 11. 1643, Hannah, dan. of Rohert Ware and Elizabeth 
his w [fe, was baptized. 

John, -on of Roger and Christian Ware, bapt. 6 October, 1639;John, 

son of Henry and Sarah Ware. bapt. 28 December, it;:;:): John s »f 

George and Dorothie Ware, bapt. 6 October, 1640; Margaret, daughter 
of John and Mary Ware, bapt. 13 October, 1640; John, son of John 
War., bapt. •"- March, L642. [Ottery St. Mary.] 

The following parish registers in Devonshire have been searched for 
traces of our man : Honiton Clyst, Farringdon, Ottery St. .Mary. Silver- 
ton, and Feniton; and all wills and admins, which seemed likely to bear 
upon the subject; but no positive evidonce in the ease has been discovered. 

The identification of "Robert Weare" is not a simple matter. 
The residence of the bridegroom of 1G27 is not stated, though it 
might be inferred to have been St. Mary's, as the marriage took 
place there. The groom of 1628 is located at ('list Honiton; but 
the man of this parish whose will we have here calls his wife Joan : 
he also has at least two children who must have been born as 
far back as 1611, since Elizabeth has made a deed of land and 
William is treated as "of age." The records do not tell us whether 
these were first or second marriages. The son Robert and four 
daughters arc certainly under 21 years of age, but the dates of 
their birth can not be ascertained, since the parish registers of 
Honiton Clist are wanting till the year 1683. 

The absence of the names of Robert's children at Ottery indi- 
cates that they were born before 1G35 ; which points back to 
the marriage with Tboinasin Butt in 1630. This would show the 
two Roberts exhibited in these Probate records as entirely separate 
men, each having a minor son Robert at the date id' bis death; 
of these juniors one was still a minor in IT, Id, tour year- after our 
pioneer was on Massachusetts soil: but the other was living in 

1632, with a bequest which sounds as if he were well grown. And 
it is a natural inquiry whether this Honiton Clisl youth may not 
have become the Dedham planter. 



WARES IN ESSEX, KENT AND LONDON. 

From printed transcripts of diocesan and parish records we ex- 
tract the following items relating to the family in the Eastern part 
of England. 

"William "Ware of Dengie, co. Essex, and Margaret Smith of Bradwell 
juxta Mare, said co., widow of Smith of Boston, co. Lincoln, hus- 
bandman, were licensed by the bishop of London to marry at Br. March 
9, 1584-5. 

Thomas W r are, clerk, of Orsett, co. Essex, and Mary Dewcye of St. 
Lawrence, Old Jewry, London, widow of Henry Dewcye of same parish, 
leather seller; license issued Dec. 2, 1589. The same gentleman was 
licensed Nov. 28, 1595, to marry Mary Kelly of Stepney, Middx., widow 
of Thomas Kelly, gent, of same parish. 

John Ware and Elizabeth Meare of Ospringe, co. Kent, were licensed 
by bishop of Canterbury Dec. 8, 1578, to marry at St. Margaret's, Canter- 
bury. 

Elizabeth Ware, widow, of Ospringe, Kent, had license from bishop of 
Canterbury May 9, 1582, to marry Robert Sowget of same parish. 

Elizabeth Ware, now of the city of London, widow of William Ware, 
late of Chidingstone, co. Kent, was licensed by bishop of London March 
25, 1586, to marry John Bucklande, yeoman, at St. Antholin's, London; 
married same day. 

Edward Ware of Staplehurst, yeoman, and Susanna Crowch, of Lydd, 
co. Kent, were licensed by bishop of Canterbury June 10, 1612, to marry 
at Burmarsh or Sellinge. Edward Ware of Staplehurst, clothier, bachelor, 
aged about 23, at his own government, was licensed by bp. of Cant. Sept. 
21, 1621, to marry Amy Borden of Headcorn, maiden, about 19, dau. of 
Matthew B. of same parish, dec. and now in gov. of her mother Joan Bor- 
den, widow, who consents. 

Margaret Ware, widow of Peter Ware, haberdasher, was licensed by 
bp. of London Nov. 4, 1 623, to marry William Plowman, haberd. of Crook- 
ed Lane, Lond. ; married at St. Michael's, Corahill, Nov. 5 ; called " of 
St. Michael's, Crooked Lane". 

Grissell W r are of Rayleigh, co. Essex, 30, widow of Anthony Ware, Esq. 
of the same, was licensed by bp. of London June 11, 1639, to marry Rich- 
ard Hoper, Esp., of Lincoln's Inn, London, bachelor, 35 ; married at St. 
Mary. W r oolnoth two days later. 

Registers of the parishes referred to (and not yet examined) are extant 
from dates here following : Dengie, 1725; Orsett, 1669; Chedingstone, 
1558; Rayley, 1548; St. Michael's, Crooked Lane, 1539 ; Bradwell by 
the sea, 1558 ; Staplehurst, 1538. No wills of persons here mentioned 
have yet been seen. 

It is not unlikely that the family was found in other parts of 
England at the period of the making of New England ; quite pro- 
bably a careful search of parish registers and wills may result in 
the discovery of some positive evidence of the birthplace and paren- 
tage of Robert of Dedham or of others of the name who came early 
to our country. 



KEY TO DESCENDANTS OF UnlSKIlT* WAUE, OF DKDIIAM 



BCBADS OP FAMILIES. 



II. 



2. Jotiu 



3. Nathaniel 



4. Robert 



5. Samuel 



6. Ephraim 



7. Ebenezer 



hi. 



8. John 



9. Eliczer 

10. Joasph 

11. Benjamin 

12. Nathaniel 

13. lieriah 

14. Josiah 



15, Samuel 



16. Ebenezer 



17. Robert 



18. Michael 



19. Jonathan 

20. Ephraim 

21. Robert 



: ■ 



2. Nathaniel 



IV. 

23. William 

24. J'>hn 

25. Moses 

26. Eleazer 

27. Daniel. . 

28. Hezekiah 

2'J. John 

30. Benjamin 

31. Nathaniel 

32. Josiah 
35. Josiah 

86. Elijah . . 

37. Asa. . . 

\ 38. Joseph 

L 39. Daniel 

40. Samuel 

41. Jonathan 

42. Jesse 

43. Ebenezer 

H. Eliphalet 

46. Elisha . . 

46. Robert 

47. Timothy 

48. Joseph 

49. Jonathan 

50. Henry . 

61. Thomas 

62. Iehabod 

53. Jabez 

54. Michael 



66. Jonathan 

5G. Melatiah 

67. Samuel 

58. Ephraim . 

59. i; 

60. Ji 

61. M 

62. Ebenezer 

63. Nathaniel 



{ 



64. 

6s- 
66. 
67. 
68. 
69. 
70. 
71. 
72. 
73- 
74- 
75- 
76. 
77- 
78. 
79. 
80. 
8». 
82. 
fe. 
85. 
86. 
87. 
88. 

92. 
93- 
94. 
95. 

97. 

100. 
101. 

102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
no. 
III. 

LI12. 

U3- 

114. 

115. 
j 16. 

117- 
118. 

Tl20. 
LI2I. 



William 
ph 

William 

David 
Jesse 

Ziba 
Eli - 

Daniel 
Klijah 
Hezekiah 

J'oseph 
' en jam in 
Henry 
Azariah 
Samuel 
William 
Jairus 
Warren 
Josiah 
Klisha 
Darius 
Luther 

Joseph 

William 

Daniel 

Reuben 

Reuel 

Dexter 

William 

Timothy 

Samuel 

Joseph K. 

John 

Ralph 

Thomas 

Sylvester G. 

Solomon L. 

Nathan 
Oliver 
Asa 
Joel 

Timothy 
Elias 



122. Samuel 



123. 

126. 

127. 

b8. 

129. 
I.130. 
fl3'- 

-133- 
134- 
135. 
136. 
137. 
138. 
139- 
140. 
141. 
142. 
• 43- 
HI 

a 

.147. 

150. 



15a. 

.153. 

.160. 



Asaph 

Nathan 

Obed 

Joseph 

Ebenezer 

Cyrus 

Phinehas 

Jason 

Amos 

Abial 

Ariel 

Michael 

Reuben 

James 

Abijah 

Frederick 

Paul 

Jonathan 

Cyrus 

Melatiah 

:io G. 
Dank! I.. 

Abel 
Samuel 

James 

Jonathan 
exer 

Jason 
Nathaniel 



10 



WARE GENEALOGY — KEY. 



KEY. 



64 
65 
66 
67 
68 



161. William 8 

164. George { 400 William UJ { 650 Enoch R. 8 { 80l! e' Jam^s R " 9 

166. Joseph 



167. Richard 



171. John 



172. Levi 



173. Ezra 
69 ^ 174. Lemuel 



175. John 

176. George 

r 177. Comfort 
178. Elijah 



.70 ■{ 



180. Moses 



72 



I 



181. Amariah 

182. Eleazer 

183. Sanford. 



403. John S. 



404. 
405 



Carlos 
Addison 




179. Benjamin < 



406. Erastus 
[40 7. James R. 

John A. 
Hiram 
George L. 

Alonzo L. 
Charles 

(413. George 
414. Comfort 
415. William 
f416. Elijah 

j 417. Moses 
f418. Obadiah 

419. Benjamin 

420. David 

421. Enoch 



/ 651. John M. 
\652. Clinton A. 

j 663. George R. 

I 654. Levi B. 

(655. Oscar J. 
656. Wallace K. 
657. Frank H. 

| 658. John 

| 661. C. Henry 
| 661a. Edmund B. 



f 806. Herbert H. 
\ 807. Sidney L. 



.422. John Q. A. j 

c 424. Moses, Jr. j 
1 426. Cyrus C. 

f 427. Frederick A. 
\ 428. Nathan 



•J 662. 
| 663. 
| 664. 

| 665. 

f 666. 
\ 667. 
(.668. 



669. 



670. 



Moses H. 
Henry 
Justus H. 

David S. 

Wesley L. 
George E. 
Lucius J. 

Edwin C. 
Moses L. 



WARE GENEALOGY KEY. 



11 



74 



184. Zcnas 

185. Ziba 

186. Jacob 

187. Joseph 

75 I 188. David 



| 188. D 



76 | 190. Amherst 



r 192. Jason 



78 < 



193. Hezekiah 

194. Preston 



f 



198. Walter 



80 ■{ 199. Orlando 
[.200. Elbridge 



( 



1:m 
432 



Jonathan D. 1 1 671. 
Joel 



Alonzo A." 



433. Lyman 



f434, 

135. 

436, 

i t ■: 

\438, 



Ziba 

Phineas A. 

Joseph 
JoBeph 

Harlan P. 



f 672. George 
873, Willuim 
1.7 1. Sidney 
075. Merritt 

67G. James R. 
077. Arthur W. 



439. David 

i a a nan . a / 6 ? 9 - George G. 

440. GdbertA. { 680> j.^^ p. 

441. Elbridge G. 



{ 443. Arrival P. 



! 445. Leander M. 



[446. Samuel C. 



t 447. Herman. 
I 448. Hezekiah L. 



(681. George H. 
\ 682. Charles V. 
f 683. William F. 
| 684. Leandex M. 
\ 685, Samuel If. 
686. Stephen N. 
[687. Edward N. 

688. Charles II. 



' 195. Alpheus ■{ 

^ 196. Ashur 
197. Henry 



f 449. Orlando 
450. Charles C. 



451. John 

452. Joseph S. 



I 451. 
Uo2. 

| 453. Joseph A. 
| 454. Albert P. 



{ 



455. Elisha S. 

456. William 



•[ 457. Edwin 
' 168. Edwin A. 



{ 



| 689. Alpheus C. 
| 690. Robert B. 



f 692. Robert H. 

693. George C. 

694. Albert P. 

695. Dexter L. 



698. John 



81 I 201. Eleazer. 



f 



460. Vorestus 



\_461. B 



enjamin 



f 699. Arthur B. 
\ 701. Edgar V. 



12 



WARE GENEALOGY — KEY. 



f 202. Henry 6 



82 i 



203. John 

204. William 

205. Charles E. 

206. Thornton K. 



f 463. 

I 

j 464. 
|_465. 

| 466. 



'705. Wm. Rotch* 

John F. W. 7 J 706. Arthur L. 

707. Francis M. 
Wm. Robert 

Charles P. j 708. Henry 
John 



1 468. Henry 

1 469. Charles E. 



83 



| 207. 



Otis 



472, 
473, 

'' 474. 

475. 
476. 



Azariah 

Leonard 

Aaron W. 

Albert 
John 



709. Geo. Otis 



710. 
711. 



Warren O. 
Herbert A. 



85 ^ 213. Samuel A. 



86 



f 214. William D. j 482. George H. 
( 215. Benjamin B. 

I 



216. Warren 

217. ElbrioVe 



f 486. Elton W. 
\487. Nelson 

J488. Jairus 



»{ 



92 1 221. Josiah 



f 223. Lyman C. 

i 

94 { 224. Darius 
i 

1 225. Elijah 



95 | 226. Samuel 
97 1 227. Francis T. 
102 J228. Daniel N. 



32 i 



229. Reuben N. 



103 



230. William S. 
\ 231. Reuel W. 



(490. Lyman E. 
-{491. Henry C. 
1^492. Robert A. 

f 494. Myron L. 
\495. Walter E. 



496. Eugene F. 



497. Frank N. 

498. Winfield F. 

499. Howard R. 

500. Herbert S. 



WARE GENE kLOGI — KE1 , 



1;; 



105 ■! 232. George D.° 



106 



234. William A. 
Lemui 1 R. 



f284. 

j 235. 



108 



:. Samuel, jr. 

••238. Austin 

109 1 289. William 

110 J210. Joseph 



211. Edward K. 

<! 242. Lyman 

248. Elisha C. 

[214. Henry F. 

f 245. Thomas 8. 

I 216. Charles K. 

I 247. William S. 

112 ^ 248. Henry M. 

249. Jamea W. 

250. Joseph E. 

251. Justin P. 



113 { 



252. Levi I. 



'253. GoodaleS. 
264. Charles S. 

114 ■{ 255. Justin C. 

j 256. Henry S. 
[257. Jesse D. 

258. Amnriah 



|o02. Walt. 1 

j 503. Edward G. 



f 504. Frederick 
\ 505. Joseph E. 

f 506. Alfred K. 
\ 507. Charles E. 



j 515. Justin C. j 712. Frederick 9 



( 



519. 
520, 



Oren C. 
Caleb A. 



[ 521. Lyman S. 



115 <> 



J713. Edward C. 

f 714. Erastus 
\ 715. Walter B. 

18. George H. { 829. George H. 9 
Lyman D. { 830. William F. 



p. 

(719. 



116 







522. 


Newell 






259. 


Nathan, jr. < 


523. 
524. 


Ellis 
Nathan F. 


{720. 


Charles N. 






526. 


John W. 


1 722. 
1 723. 


George A. 
Charles W. 


260. 


Asa 


'531. 


Albert O. 






261. 


Duty -j 


532. 


I, y 111 an S. 


J724. 


Sumner B. 






^633. 


Gilbert A. 




262. 


Isaiah 











..„ r 263. Amos 

118 \264. Alvan 

9ft f 265. Timothy 

lZU \ 266. Avery S. 



14 



WARE GENEALOGY — KEY. 



/ 

r267. Elias 6 



268. Preston 



s 



121 J 



j" 536. Edward Y. 7 | 724a. Wm. Eliot 8 j 831. Edward Y. 9 



1 536a. Elias H. 

'537. Robert G. 

538. Lorenzo D. 

539. Preston. 

'540. James 



{! 



724b. John H. 
24c. Henry E. 

1 725. R. Galen 

f 726. Francis A. 
\ 727. Charles H. 
[728. Bruce R. 

i 729. Norman W. 



269. James 



271. Ephraim G. 

272. Milton 

I 273. Addison 



122 



J 27 
127 



274. Samuel, jr. 

275. Alfred 



6. Willard 



f 277. Pliny 



123 < 



278. Ariel 



126 



127 



.279. Asaph 

'280. Nathan jr., 

281. Everett 

282. Rufus 

283. Joseph 



284. Obed 
284a. Benjamin 



<{ 541. Paschal P. P. j 730. PaschalP. P. 

1 542. Joseph 0. 
U43. Addison P. 

■< 544. Samuel C. 



/ 547. Edwin A. 
\ 548. Addison 



j 550. Elias 

/551. Rufus 

*-552. Pliny Clark / 731. George H. 



f553. Chandler 
J 554. Schuyler 
; 555. Ariel 
(.556. Charles B. 

556a. Alfred 

566b. Edwin L. 



{ 



f 732. Milo L. 

\ 733. Matthew Asaph 

f 733a. Albert L. 
t 733b. Gilbert N. 



< 556c. Wesley 

f 556d. Willard W. | 734. Benjamin K. 



556e. Rufus A. 

f556f. Obed 
■S 556g. Nathan 
l556h. Timothy 



/ 735. Charles F. 
\736. Nathan 

f 737. William H. 
\ 738. George P. 



285. David 



128 



f 286. JosiahH. 
1 

! 286a. Daniel A. 
I 287. Asa B. 
(.288. Lyman P. 



f 556i. David 

\ 556j. Obed 

( 556k. Philander H. 

( 557. Wm. Good 
-| 558. Augustus L. 
(. 559. Marcellus A. 

s 561. Edmund A. 



WARE GENEALOGY — KEY. 



If) 



129 



130 



131 



132 



'289. 
290. 

291. 



(293. 
294. 

/295. 
\296. 

(297. 
298. 



James* 
Joseph 

Timothy 

Cyrus, jr. 
Thomas B. 

Alfred 
Philander 

Vinal 

Jabez 



133 1 



Benjamin P, 
Erastus 



299. 
300. 

301. Amos 

302. Horace 



134 ■[ 303. Lewis 



135 I 306. Richard 



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1362 1 309. 



Jabez 
[313. Mantu 



( : 



562. 



| 563. 



George B. 7 
Edmund It. 



564. Erastus 






665, 
567, 



568. 
569. 



(570. 
J 571. 
(.572. 
f 573. 

\574. 



Jason 
Jabez G. 

Albert P. 

Charles M. 

Horace 
Benjamin P. 
E. Darwin 
Daniel L. 

Benjamin F. 

Erastus D. 

Horace C. 
Alfred F. 




{ 740. Charles B. 9 



f 742. Charles F. 

\ 743. Horace L. 

j 744. Henry I. 

\ 745. Willard C. 



'. Oscar T. { 847. Bert Oscar 9 
Fayette D. 



683. Lauriston 



(589. 






317, 
. i. 318 



Frederick I. 
Horace 



■{ 



319. Leonard 



591. 

595. 
596. 



Kendrick ( 749. Azro 
Henry 

Carlos L. j 750. James W. 
William W. 



142 



321. 
322. 
323. 



Paul 

Jonathan 

Melatiah 



599. John F. 



324. Leonard 



f602. 

603. 

604. 
1 605, 

606, 

607, 



Leonard 
Moe 

T. Minns 
Francis 
William M. 
Charles 



16 



WARE GENEALOGY — KEY. 



143 | 326. John* 

144 | 329. Henry 



f 331. Cory don 



I 



145 1 332. Melatiah 



147 { 



1^333. Horatio G. 
336 



611. Francis N. T 

612. Charles H. 

613. Frederick L. 



337. 



Daniel L., jr. j 618. Albert C. 
William H. 




David E. 



341. Abel 



153 \ 342. 
343. 

344. 



157 



346, 
347, 



Loring 
George 

William 

Enoch 
Joel 



158 < 348. Ebenezer 



'351. Jason 



159 -J 



352. Ward 



353. 
354. 



( 355. 

160 J 356. 

I 357. 



Elijah 
Nathaniel 

John W. 
Thomas J. 

Nathaniel 



f 620. Albert H. 
■{621. Frederick N. 
(. 622. Edward H. 
f 623. John, jr. 
\ 624. George H. 
[626. Edward 



f 627. Abel, jr. 

| 628. Daniel 

| 629. Levi 
(_630. Samuel 



{ 765. Harry E. 8 



| 633. John J. 

f 634. Walter M. { ™' ^S»W. 
J i 768. Seneca E. 

\ 636. Edwin 

637. Albert E. 

f 639. David T. j 773. Willis C. 

I 640. Franklin J. 

{ 641. Harvey J. j 775. Edgar L. 



642. Henry W. j 776. Clarence H. 

643. Albert E. 



{ 

| 644. Elijah W r . 



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h 2 



CU 



Si 



cu 



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WARE GENEALOGY. 



i. 

"ROBERT WARE," as he signed his name, though called in 
public records by several different forms of the name, came from 
his English home to t lie colony of Massachusetts Bay some time 
before the autumn of 1642. The earliest date at which the name 

in any tin- ccurs on the Dedham Records, is Nov. 2~>, L642 ; 

when "Robert Weares is Admitted to the purchase of Thomas 
Eames his house lotf and three acres of land." 

The following items from the Dedham records show that this lot 
was on the "Great" or Dedham Island, and it probably became 
Robert Ware's house lot. Henry Deengaine had a house lot on 
the Great [sland. dune, 1640, Henry Wilson and Samuel Bullen 
were granted a parcel of land in the corner beneath and next to 
Deengaine. September, 1040, Thomas Eames was granted the 
parcel, four acres of upland, formerly granted to Henry Wilson and 
Samuel Bullen, next Mr. Deengayne's lot on the Great Island. 
This lot was hounded X. by waste; E. by swamp meadow; S. by 
Thomas Barnes his swamp ; W. by the highway. November, 1641, 
Henry AJdridge bought the northerly two acres of Thomas Karnes 
his lot. December, 1641, Thomas Karnes, Henry Deengaine, 
Au>tin Kalein, etc., were granted each two acres of swamp lying in 
the end of the swamp next the meadow in the Great Island. Nov- 
ember, 1. 642, Robert Ware took the southerly two acres of Thomas 
Kami's his lot; and also two acres of swamp south of it, which were 
bounded I'], by waste swamp; S. by Austin Kalem; and W. by 
Henry Deengaine. The only highway at this time on the [sland 
was the road leading from Cart Bridge (on Bridge Street) to the 
Great Causeway at the south end of Kong Ditch, together with a 
small piece which, starting from near the bridge, curved to the east 
and north back into the other road at Ware's Causeway. "The 
northerly half of this curved road now forms part of Ames Street.] 
Robert Ware's house lot was probably at or near his Causeway. 

■2 



18 WARE GENEALOGY. 

A grant of land was made to him "6. 12. 1642," (6 February, 
1642-3). 

Various other grants were made to him of land in different parts 
of the town ; on Dedham Island, and (in what was afterwards 
Needham), on Rosemary meadow brook, on the Great Plain, and 
near Magus Hill, etc. One lot of "three roods and twenty rod, 
more or lesse," was the second lot east from the N. E. corner of 
Webster Street and Great Plain Avenue in Needham. The locali- 
ties mentioned can be found in the "Atlas of Norfolk Co., Mass.", 
Comstock & Cline, New York, 1876. See also Mann's Annals of 
Dedham. 

Robert Ware joined the church at the time of the baptism of his 
eldest child, October 2 or 11, 1646. He was made freeman 
May 26, 1647 ; was member of the Artillery Company in 1644. 
He lived and died in Dedham, though three of his sons — John, 
Nathaniel and Robert — removed to Wollomonopoag, set off in 1661, 
incorporated as Wrentham in 1673. His name stands second in 
point of wealth on the tax list. 

"Robei-t Wares" married first in Dedham "Margaret Huntinge 
24, 1, 1645" (March 24, 1644-5),* daughter of John Hunting, 
first ruling elder of the Dedham church, and his wife Esther Sea- 
born. Margaret, the mother of all his children, died in Dedham, 
August 26, 1670; and Robert " Weare " married second, May 3, 
1676, Hannah Jones (b. March 28, 1636, d. April 20, 1721), 
daughter of Thomas Jones of Dorchester. The following inscrip- 
tion is in the old Dorchester burying ground : " Here Lyes Buried 

| Ye Body of Hannah | Ware y e Widdow | of Robert Ware j 
Aged 84 years | Departed this Life | y e 20 th day of April | 1721." 

In her will, dated Jan. 21, 1720-1, proved May 1, 1721, she leaves leg- 
acies to " M rs Esther Man, Widow of the Rev rt M r . Man, late pastor of the 
Church of Christ at Wrentham," £5; "to the church of Dedham for to 
bay a Cup for the Communion Table £5 ;" to sons in law Robert & Nath- 
aniel Ware ; to Hannah Baker Dau. of Ebenezer Jones ; to Mehitable 
Newel Dan. of my Brother Jones ; to the Widow Elizabeth Metcalf; to 
my cousin Esther Flatingham of Boston ; to my cousin Elizabeth Crocker 
£20 and £10 due from my sister Green deceased ; Kinsman Thomas Crock- 
er ; Rebecah Green daughter of James Green late of Boston ; the Surviv- 
ing Daughter of Richard Green. Executors to sell a meadow bought of 
Joseph Fairbanks, giving the first profer cf it to Son in law Samuel Ware ; 
also land in Dorchester, " Giving Kinsmen Ebenezer Jones & Jonathan 
Jones the first Profer of them." After ,all Debts & legacies are paid the 
remainder of the Estate to be divided into five parts ; one fifth each to 
John Green, Samuel Green. Elizabeth Crocker, Esther Flatingham ; one 
Tenth part to Jonathan Jones ; and one Tenth to Jonathan Clap in trust 

* As the new year began March 25, this date would naturally be translated 1645-6 ; 
but the context leads us to believe that it was a year earlier. 



WARS OSMBALOOT. 19 

for Sarah, wife of Jonathan Jones. " Bui before the Division of mv I 
tail' into Fifth Porta my Will i« it" ii iv Nephew Jonathan Jones -nail faith- 
fully deliver Mi- tin: money I Delivered Him to keep for Me, Or in Case 
oi mv I)i:;ith shall renders True Account upon Oath thereoi t<> m I 
Btors Hereafter Named as being pari of my Estate, and Shall nol Demarid 
any thing tor mv Board, Maintenance or ' )ther ( harges at I li> I [ouse, . • - 
I do give and Bequeath bo Him . . . and His heirs My Two Acres of Sail 
meadow on the East Side of little Neck in Dorchester, Ami unto Sarah 
his Present Wife ... Fourty Shillings as particular legacies.'' Deacon 
Jonathan Clap and Sergeanl Ebenezer Clap Executors. 

Witnesses: Elijah Danforth, Joshua george, Preserved Capen. 

Ebenezer and Jonathan Jones were children of her brother Nunc ; 
Richard, .John and Samuel Green of her sister Ueheeea, wife of 
James I rreen. 

"Robert Ware the Aged" died in Dedham, April 19, L699, 
His will, made February 25, L698, was proved May 11, 1699. 
The inventory, taken May 3, was £250, 2, 10. 

Will of Robert Ware of Dedham. 

In the year of our Lord one Thousaud six hundred Ninety eight nine, 
the twenty fift day of February, I Robert Ware of Dedham, in the County 
of Suffolk in hi> Ma: tlea Collony in the Massachusetts bay in New Englaud, 
being put in mind of my great chang, by age, & tin: infirmities thereof, 
according to my duty, 1 do herebv, in the time of my life, & in the injoy- 
m' of my understanding make, ordeyne & declare this to be my Last will 
and Testam*, f or the disposeing and setleing of those things of my Esl 
which the Lord he betrusted me with, wherein first, 1 comit my precious 
bouI into the hands of almighty God, in and through the Lord Jeses christ, 
my most blessed Redemer, & my body to the earth to I"' therin interred in 
christian bury all at the discretion of my executor 8 heerin heorafter named. 
,- Imp" I do heerby gine unto my Deare and well beloved wife Hannah ware 
the use & improuem 1 of the East end of my dwelling house vV the di 
end of my Kane- .v halfe my orchard & one third pari of my pasture land 
near my house & at y north end of the [si and planting feild, & one third 
part of my lol that I purchased of .John Keelum y 1 is fenced in pertickular, 
iV halfe my broad meadow that lye betwixt the lands of John Eaton A: the 
widdow Kingsberry, & one horse beast, and as much household - she 

ad in need of, for her use all the tearme of her naterall life, all tl 
things aforre8 d and the Twenty pounds of money, Bhe haue receiued, for 
her to dispose of a* she so cause, iV my -mi Samuel is to prouid her v. 
tit for the tier at all times what she shall need, vV he to be paed out of my 
estate what i> just, also I giue unto my loueing wife y e use and improue- 
m' of two acres of land y 1 is broken n]> wher Samuel haue a part neer ma- 
bill. Furthermore my mind & will is that each of my children shall 
haue equal! portions in mj estate excepting my son John Ware who 
haue Twenty pound more then a single portion, i^c what I hau a to 

each of my children formerly as it is set donne in my hook i- to be acount- 



20 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ed to each of them as a part of there portion, and for most of my lands I 
do deuide them amongst my three sons in Dedham, and what they, or any 
of them shall hane more than there equall portions they must make good 
paym* for the same to my executo rs within the space of four yeares after 
my & my wiues decease for them to pay them that want y e makeing up of 
ther portions as followeth : — 

Item. I giue unto my Son Samuel Ware & to his Heirs & Assignes for- 
euer the west end of my dwelling house and the South end of my hearn, 
and my new beam, and my shop, and halfe my oarchard, & two parts of 
three of all my pasture land, neer my house, & Greens lot, & two thirds 
of all my land at the north end of y e Island planting feild, & two parts of 
three of y e land I purchased of John Keelum, & a quarter part of my 
broad meadow, & my foule meadow, & all my swamps near my house, and 
about Greens lot, & my swamp neer south playne, & my land at the clap- 
bord trees, more, hue acres of woodland near to meadfeild way, as it abut 
on Joseph Wights lot, more, I giue unto him halfe of that land I bought 
of M r Dwight near to magus hill abuteth on y e Lands of widdow Metcalfe 
west & Jn° Eaton east, more, one third part of my land at y e stamping 
jdace, & one third part of my land at chesnut hill. & halfe my land at ma- 
gus hill within fence, & halfe my laud on the north side of my fenced land 
& after y e decease of my deare wife, Samuel my Son is to haue all my 
houssing & all my oarchards, & all the land near my house, uplands & 
swamps, Greens lot, & all my swamps about it, & all my lands at y e north- 
erly end of planting feild, meadow & upland as it abutteth on the east on 
charles riuer & y e pond north, And all my meadow and upland y l is fenced 
in with Eleazer Kingsbervs lands near Vine Rock & halfe my broad mea- 
dow, and four cow comon Rights. 

Item. I giue unto my son Epherim & to his Heirs & assignes foreuer, 
that land I purchased of M r Dwight y l abut on his house lot east, & halfe 
my land near magus hill within fence, and halfe my land one the north side 
of my land fenced in, & all my Small parcels of meadow near it, & one 
third part of my land at the stamping ground, and one third part of my 
land at chesnut hill & three cow comon Rights & one fourth part of broad 
meadow & after the decease of my wife, one third part, & all my children 
shall haue equall share in my lot at the great ceader swamp. 

Item. I giue unto my son Ebenezer Ware & to his Heirs and assignes 
foreuer all my Land as it lyeth abutting iq>on Daniels swamp meadow east, 
Samuel Parker north, more, one parcell of land a little distant from his 
house lot towards the east, by Jn° Woodcocks land more one third part of 
my land at the stamping ground, more a third part of my land at chesnut 
hill, & alter my wiues decease a third part of my broad meadow, & three 
cow comon Rights. 

Item. I giue unto my children at Wrentham onwards there portions to 
be equally deuided betwixt them all my moueables, cattell & household 
stuf what my wife can spare, & my clothes & all debts due to me & eight 
acres of Land I purchased of Henery Brock & Lambert Ginery as it lyeth 
in the Island planting feild, more, three acres of land I purchased of Tho- 
mas Eames abutting ou Jn° Woodcocks, after the decease of my wife the 
household stuff she haue to use, to be equally deuided amongst them. 

It is my mind and will is that my houses and lands near home may be 
low prised, & the lands in planting feild, being poor lands & require much 



-UAKK Cr.NKAI.OCV. 21 

fenceing, I do apoinl iV impower my well beloned sons John Ware, Robert 
Ware & Samuel Wan' to be the executo" of this my last will and Testam' 
& I request and impower mj loueing Eriends Deacon Thomas Metcalfe, 
Deacon William A.uery, & Deacon Joseph Wighl to I"- y" ouerseers or 
Buperui8ers to determin any differences thai maj arise from or betwixl anj 
persons concearned in this my last will, & what they or two of them if any 
dye \' Buruiaeing d< termin Bhall be of full force al any >v all times a. i 
must be taken for to recompence y e executo" & ouerseers. 

To confirme this my lasl will and test am en I I baue hereunto sel to my 
hand & Beale y e date afores d . 

In presence ol as 

Thomas Battelle 

hannah Alderidge -'. '„" "•■^^ 

Thomas Fuller U2/3V' 



\c(?frJ 



Notes on the Witt of Robert Ware. 

Island planting field. — Dedham Island, just north of Dedham villa 
formed bj a bend in Charles River and the " Long Ditch" which unites 
the upper and the lower parts of the stream. It is aboul a mile and three 
quarters from north to south, and three quarters of a mile from east to 
west, and contains about 1 200 acres. The "Planting field plain" is in 
the northern pari of the Island. The " Long Ditch." about half a mile 
long, part of which is now the boundary between Dedham and Needham, 
was cut through the Broad Meadows in 1653. The "Great Causeway" is 
a narrow strip of land about quarter of a mile long, along the river on the 
S. W. of Broad Meadows; on this a road was laid out in 164 I. " Ware's 
Causeway" is a small part of the road leading from the Greal Causeway 
to Cart Bridge, on the western side of the Island. 

Magus HiU is in the northern part of Needham (now Wellesley), just 
east of |the Wellesley Hills station on the B. & A. R. R. The reservoir 
js on the summit. In 1681, John Magus and Sarah Magus, Indian-. 
to the town of Dedham a deed of a tract of land lying within Dedham 
bounds, bounded N. by WatertoWn and Natick (now Weston), W. and 
S. W. by a line running Erom the mouth of Rosemary Meadow Brook on 
the N. E. to the mouth of Natick Brook on the S. W. Natick Brook runs 
through the two ponds in the western part of Wellesley, Bouth into Charles 
Riser. Ii joins Dewing Brook near its mouth. The res! of what is now 
Needham, S. E. of this tract, had been deeded to Dedham the pre 1 , 
year by William Nahaton (Nehoiden) and his brothers. 

Foide Meadow. — "Fowle meadows" lie on the Neponset River in the 
eastern part of Dedham and in Canton. 

s ///A Playne borders on the edge of the swamp southward of Ridge Hill 
in the BOuthern part of Dedham. (.'luphnnl trops is in the S. W. part of 
Dedham east of Buckmaster pond; it originally included the eminence 
where the West Dedham Church stands, with the laud adjoining on the 
north and east Stamping place i> supposed to be a herding place for 
catth'. and to have been situated approximately in the space now enclosed 
within Linden and Washington Streets at Wellesley Hills. Before the 
division of the common lands, the i ling grounds for cattle were called 

■ 



22 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

'• Herd Walks." One of these was cm Dedham Island ; one on East 
Street, and the third on South Plain. Chestnut Hill is about half way 
between Magus Hill and North Hill. Needham. Lands at the north end 
of planting field abutting on the pond north. The pond is Cow Island 
Pond, formed by Charles River, just east of the northern end of Long 
Ditch. Vine Rock is on the eastern side of Dedham Island, on the 
western bank of the river, half way between Cow Island Pond and the en- 
trance to Mother Brook. The bridge just north of it, over which the road 
passes from Dedham to West Roxb.ury is Vine Rock Bridge. The Great 
Cedar Swamp was in the part of Dedham now Walpole. between the Plain 
and South Walpole. History of Norfolk County, page 709, in the will of 
Eleazer Ware, 1750, is mentioned "a piece of Cedar Swamp lying in the 
Dedham Cedar swamp so called." 

Robert Ware's sons in Wrentham, John, Nathaniel and Robert, seem to 
have received their land as a part of portion during their father's lifetime. 

The house of Ephraim, 2 essentially the same as formerly, is in Wellesley, 
on Oakland Street, opposite the end of Brookside Road. Photographs of 
this house (Nos. 445, 446) may be obtained of Holmes Bros., 19 Main 
St., Charlestown, Mass. The Indian Magus very probably lived near the 
spring which is just south of the house. The house of Ebenezer 2 was pro- 
bably at the corner of Rosemary and Highland Streets, Needham. [C. W. 
Morton, on map.] Deacon Reuel lived and died in this house. The house 
of Josiah 3 (Nathaniel 2 ), and later of his son Joseph 4 , the journalist, stood, 
until 1886, on the north corner of Russell Place, just north of Ridge Hill 
in Needham (opposite "J. Cartwright "). 



CHILDREN OF ROBERT WARE, 

T1IE IMMIGRANT. 

The children of Robert and Margaret, all born in Dedham, were :* 

John, 2 Oct. 6, bapt. 11, 1646 ; d. April 7, 1718, Wrentham. " 

Nathaniel, Oct. 7, 1648; d. July 10, 1724, Wrentham. 

Margaret, Feb. 14, 1650-1 ; bapt. " k lst, m. 1651 " ; d. July 22, 
1664. 

Robert, Aug. 1, 1653; d. Sept. 16, 1724, Wrentham. 

Esther, September 28, bapt. " 14. 8." 1655; d. Sept. 3, 1734, 
Wrentham; m. May 13, 1673, in Dedham, Rev. Samuel Man, 
first minister of Wrentham, oidy son of William Man, of Cam- 
bridge, Mass. (b. July 6, 1647,'H. C 1655, freeman 1678, or- 
dained 1692, d. May 22, 1719). Their children were all born 
in Wrentham, except two, who were born in Milton after the 
Wrentham settlement was broken up in 1676, and before the re- 
turn of the settlers in 1680. In his will of 1718, Mr. Man 
makes " brother Mr. Robert Ware and son Pelatiah executors." 
His gold headed cane is said to be in Franklin. 

* " The Wares, sons of the progenitor of a long line of moral teachers." 



2. 


i. 


3. 


ii. 




iii. 


4. 


iv. 




v. 



w aki: QBNEALOGY. 23 

Children of Samuel and Bather (Ware) Man: 

1. Min/, April 7, 1674; m. May I, L708, Samuel Deering 

(b. about 1657, d. 1758, aged 96). He was in 1687 
invited l>\ the town "to Bottle with as, to follow ilio 
calling of a blacksmith." [His first wife, m. June 20, 
1688, was Hannah Fairbanks (b. Feb. 10, 1657-8, >>f 
" John and Sarah," or Dec. 24, 1672, of "John anil 
Hannah") b) whom he had at least three children, 
born between January, 1688-9, ami April, 1691.] 

2. Samuel, Aug. 6, L675; do. Oct. 13, 1704, Zipporah, dam 

nt' Ebenezer (Roger) and Hannah (Wales) Billi 
(l». Dorchester, March 20, 1678, d. Oct 16, 1732). 

3. Nathaniel, April 9, 1677, in .Milton; m. Dec. 19, 1 7< » J, 

Elizabeth ( reorge. 

-1. William, May 1. 1679, in Milton; m. Dec 1, 1701, 
Bethiah, dau. of Benjamin and Judith Bucket* (1>. Med- 
field, July 4, 1679). 

5. Theodore, Feb. 8, 1680-1 ; m. Feb. 28, 1701-2, Abigail, 
dan. of Daniel (Edward) and Abigail (Gay) Hawes 
(I.. Nov. 13, 1681), "d. July 24, r761, in his *lst 
year" — [Epitaph, Proudville Cem.] 

G. Thomas, Oct 24, L682; m. Dec. 27, 1709, Hannah, dam 
of John and Mary (Winchester) Aldis(b.in WrenthanL 
Feb. 19, 1687-8). Three of his children married 
Wares. He was grandfather of Hon. Horace Manns 

7. Hannah, June 12, lo8">; m. April 30, 17U7, Samuel 

Davis. 

8. Beriah, March 30, 1687; m. Dec. 10, 1710, Daniel, son 

or Daniel (Edward) and Abigail (Gay) Hawes (b. 
.March 30, 1684). 

9. Pelatiah, April 2, L689; m. Feb. 18, 17 19, Jemima, dau. 

probably of Nathaniel (.John) and Sarah (Whiting) 

Farrington (1>. in Dedham, Jan. 1, 1696-7), 
10. Margaret, Dec 21, 1691 ; in. April 18, 1711. Nathaniel 

(John and Mary) Whiting (1.. Feb. 2, L691). 
J 1. Esther, June 26, 1696 ; " which was a twinn, y e other was 

a son still-born"; m. Dec. 30, 1719, Isaac Fisher. 

5. vi. Samuel, Sept. 30, L657; d. March, 1780—1. 

6. vii. Ephraim, Nov. •".. 1659; d. March 26, 1753, aged 93, Needham. 
viii. Elizabeth, Nov. 19, 1661; <1. . 

ix. Joseph, Sept. 8; bapt. 13, d. Sept. 22, 1668. 

7. \. Ebenezer, Oct. 28, 1667 j d. , 1765, aged 97, Needham. 

Margaret, first wife of Robert Ware, the immigrant, was a 
daughter of John Hunting of Dedham, and probably came with 
her parents from England. Her mother, Esther (Hester) seems to 

* Deilliam roron!-, p:iu r '' -^ 1898, "Rockwood." The name was usually thus 

after 17'.' l, I mi continued t<> be pronounced Rocket. (See Dedham records, page 28, for 

Rockwood in 16%.) 



24 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

have been a sister of Francis Seaborne, who made a bequest to her 
in England, as we see by her will. She died 4 (3) 1676. "Elder 
John Hunting" survived her and died April 12, 1688, confirming 
bequests made by his wife, and mentioning son-in-law Robert Ware 
and other children. See Pioneers of Massachusetts. 



Abstract of Will of Hester Hunting. 

Will of Hester Hunting wife of John Hunting of Dedbam dated January 
4, 1675 proved Feb. 12, 1684-5. 

After payment of debts, " unto my well beloved son John Hunting the 
whole & full sume of twenty pounds as his part of that Estate, Legacie or 
portion that was given to me by my loveing Brother Francis Seaborne in 
Old England, which Legacy is yet due to me to be paid as by my loveing 
Brother Francis Seaborn's will appeares in Old England amounting to the 

sume of fourty and five pounds," "to my beloved son Samuel Hunting 

liveing in Charlstowne, the whole & full sume of ten pounds as his part & 
portion of the afores d fourty & five pounds" -- "to Hannah wife of my 
son Samuel afores d one pair of new sheets & my best table cloth & to my 
grandchild Samuel Hunting (oldest son of my son Samuel afores' 1 ) six nap- 
kins." The fifteen pounds of the said forty-five yet remaining to be dis- 
posed of as follows. " one fourth of s'd fifteen pounds remaining to my 
loving daughter Mary Bnckner of Boston and also my best tamy coat" 

" unto the children of my daughter Ware deceased one fourth of s'd 

fifteen pounds to be equally divided between them all." "to my loving 

daughter Hester Fisher of Dedham one fourth part of s'd fifteen pounds & 

my best goune." "to Hester Pecke the daughter of my Son in law 

John Peck of Rehoboth one fourth part of s'd fifteen pounds & also my hat 

& my Stuff coat." "to Mary Wood my maid servant my old red under- 

coate & my searge unde^coate & my cloth wescoat. And what remains un- 
disposed of all my wearing apparel Linning & wooling I give to Elizabeth 
Hunting wife of rn} r oldest son John Hunting of Dedham." 

" Furthermore my mind & will is that my dear & wel beloved husband 
afores d should have the full use and improvement of all the premises as long 
as he doth live excepting what things of my wearing Apparell he do see 
causs to give away to bee sooner disposed of to the person afores d . Lega- 
cies in money to be paid within six months after the Decease of my dear 
husband if it be sent hither from Old England before, otherwise to be de- 
livered presantly after it be sent over whenever it do come after my said 
Husbands decease, and if the whole sume afores' 1 of fourty & five pounds 
cannot be attained then so much thereof as can be attained shall be divided 
to the persons afores d according to their severall proportions afores d by 
abateing in each pound what the afores' 1 Sume shall fall short of fourty &. 
five pounds." 

The sons John Hunting and Samuel Hunting appointed Executors. 

Husband gives his consent to the will and signs. 

Witnesses. 

Thomas Battle. 
Thomas Fisher. 



SECOND GENERATION. 



John' Ware, bora in Dedham, Oct. G, 1G4G ; died in Wrentham, 

April 7, L718j in bis 73d year. One of the settlers, L67I, of 
Wollomonopoag, incorporated as Wrentham 1673.* In March, 

1G7.">-i;, the town was deserted by the settlers, who took refuge from 

the Indians in Dedham and elsewhere, and did not return till 1680. 

L676 — March Ye 30 th Ye I nliahitanee ware drawn of l>v rason of 

y Endien Worre." "1680— August Ye 21st. The Rev d M r Man 

returned to Wrenthain again and divers Inhab nts ." (John, Nathaniel 
and Robert Ware among the number.) He is said to have built 

Upon the "Bean Place "f as early as 1668. He was one of the first 
selectmen of Wrentham, L686. Lieutenant and captain of the first 
military company. 

John Ware's commission as Lieut, of the Foot Company of Mi- 
litia in the town ot Wrentham, signed by Gov. Stoughton, Ann*. 5, 
lfi'.'G, is still extant. He seems to have served as lieutenant from 
1689 to 1704, and as captain till 1715. The journal of the com- 
pany was kept in a small hook, six by four inches, written in a 
crabbed, almost indecipherable hand, and was tilled with notices 
of musters, with the names and amount ot' fines of the absenl and 
" defective " ; the names of those " press! for ( lanada " or elsewhere, 
including those who "ran away," and the precautions taken against 
tin Indian-. At the end of the hook are the following \h\v^ : — 

" He that is wise will Learn to prise 
an art that is most skillfull 
lint as for fools theyel Spoyl all Town 
and Live not wise but willt'ull." 

John 8 Ware headed a hand ot men in an attack against the In- 
dians at Indian Rock during Kino- Philip*- war. — History of Nor- 

* Mr. I'm .in. in hi- Centennial Berraon Oct. 26, 177"'. Bays sixteen fa mi lies enme to 
tlr Wrentham: Sheares; then Robert, Nathaniel andJohn w . - muel Man; I. 
eer Gay, Daniel EZawes, John Aldis. Firsl Meeting Rouse 1681 t. 

fThe •• Bean Place " was under the 8. w . side of Knockinga Hill, occupied 1886 by 
Richard Dimond. — [3. Warner). 



26 WARE GENEALOGY. 

folk County, p. 632. Indian Rock is near Jordan St. in the east- 
ern part of Franklin. 

John 2 married first in Dedham, Dec. 10, 1668, Mary, daughter 
of Michael Metcalf, Jr., and Mary Fairbanks (born Aug. 15, 1646, 
died in Dedham, March 22, 1676-7). 

John 2 married second, March 24, 1678-9, Joanna, daughter of 
John and Joanna Gay, of Dedham, and widow of Nathaniel Whit- 
ing, Jr. (born March 23, 1644-5, died at Wrentham, Oct. 26, 
1708). 

John 2 married third, Dec. 21, 1709, Dorothy, widow* of Eleazer 
(Nicholas) Wood, of Sherborn (who had died May 20, 1704), and 
mother of Hannah Wood, wife of John's son Joseph. " Dorothy, 
widow of Capt. John Ware," died in Sherborn, December 10, 1728. 

Children of John Ware and Mary Metcalf, recorded at Dedham 
and Wrentham : 

8. i. John, 3 June 17, 1670, in Dedham; d. March 29, 1751, in 

Wrentham. 
ii. Eliazar, July 13, 1672, in Dedham; d. Feb. 20, 1672-3, in 

Dedham. 
iii. Son, b. and d. in Wrentham, Feb. 10, 1673[-4]; first burial in 

new ground, 
iv. Eliazub, b. ; d. in Wrentham, Sept. 1675. 

9. v. Eliazer, Oct. 2, 1676, in Dedham, or Sept. 28, 1676 [Wr. Rec.J ; 

d. July 23, 1750, in Wrentham. 

Children of John Ware and Joanna (Gay) Whiting : 

vi. Abigail, 8 " b. in Dedham, Jan. 1680 " ; d. ; m. in Wrentham, 

Nov. 18, 1702, Thomas Throop. No issue recorded. He d. 
Nov. 18, 1708. 

10. vii. Joseph, June 2, 1681, in Wrentham; d. Jan. 20, 1754, Sherburn. 
viii. Zachariah, Nov. 1G, 1683; d. Jan. 13, 1684. 

ix. Mary, Nov. 15, 1684; d. Dec. 27, 1747, in her 64th year; m. 
March 31, 1730, Francis Nicholson. (Dea. Francis d. Dec. 7, 
1753.) No issue recorded. 

x. Hannah, Sept. 24, 1686; d. June 8, 1730; m. Dec. 20, 1709, 

Joshua, son of John and Hannah Fairbanks (b. March 18, 1 682, 

d. Oct. 11, 1742). [Joshua Fairbanks in. second, July 26, 

1732, Mrs. Mercy Underwood, of Holliston, d. Sept. 11, 1*742.] 

Children of Joshua and Hannah (Ware) Fairbanks : 

1. Benjamin, May 5, 1711. 

2. James, Oct. 15, 1714. 

3. Joseph, Oct. 9, 1717. 

4. John, Jan. 15, 1722-3. 

11. xi. Benjamin, July 8, 1688; d. July 16, 1744. 

* In Morse's History of Sherborn Dorothy is called the sister of Hannah ; but Eleazer 
Wood had, by the town record, only two daughters, Hannah and Abigail. If Dorothy 
Wood was daughter of George Badcock of Milton, she married first, March 29, 1672, 
John Daniel of Milton, who died June 17, 1685. She married Eleazer Wood about 1687. 






wakk (jknk.\i.ih;v. 27 



Will* of John Waej . Si nioe, 01 Wreh i b \m. 

June the 26, 1715 
In the Name of god Amen, the lasl Will & testemenl oi John Ware 
Sener oi the town oi Wraatham, in the Count; <»i Suffolk in the prouence 
of the Massetuess bay in New England, being Crase and weke in bodey but 
Sound and Rite in onderstaning Remembring my mortellitj desireing to Bet 
m\ hous in order and so to dispose of such thing as god base giuen me to 
God glorey and the good of mine do make and ordain this mj lasl will and 
testemeni — imprimis, commel my Soul into the hands of Jesus Crist my 
only Medetor and my bodey to the graue to be desently beured by my 
exsecutor hereafter to be nameed— the funeral) charges and dets clerd Item 
I do giue and bequeth unto my well beloued Wife Dority Wan' all and in 
Signalar what Bhee brout with herf and more what house sstuff & mouabels 
ahee plese to take — and one end of my dweling hous at her own coyse — 
and all the land one the Souest Side of the hywaj where the hous Btand — 
paster, orchard, garden and more two acars one the Nor west Bide of the 
wa\ whare Shee -hall chouse, and more one half of my midow, at pin plain 
at her coys— the hous and lands to bee for her own use dureing the time of 
her widdohood. Itim to my son John Ware all those lands that In- lias 
Deeds on from me foreuer and other lands he is pursess on dureing his 
oatrall lite and aftir his desees to he deuided eopelly among his. three sons 
— and all what lice hase resiued that stans in book acount, and also to his 
children William — John — Moses and Mehctebell and Marej to ho payed 
forty Shilling apece as they com of age by my executor — all my pissix 
(physic) books I giue to my son Benjemin all my other Hooks — alter my 
Wife hase taken out to he deuided anion-' all my children. itim 1 giue to 

my son Benjemin Ware all the homstad, that pact that is his mother in 
lawe dureing the time of her Widdobod, and my midow at gexpaster (duck 
pasture) — and also to my grand Dafter Matey Blakef forty Shilling to be 
payd by my Executer. Itim. I giue to my gransons Willim, John and 
Moses Ware all that pece of land- lieing Nor of Suthwise by bunge rode 
be it thirty acars more or less to be deuided equely betwen them all — the 
Remaining part of my estate to he equeilly deuided betweene my children 
namely Elezer — Joseph — AJbbagaill — Maray and Hanah in that ech of 
them to giue an acount of what they bane air. dy rescued to make the 

* Crase. — In "The Ancient Customs of London," printed 1670, we find :— "Now to 
him of -ill ether Trades which arc move befitting his crazy body, were somewhat 
unreasonable." Gex (Jack) pasture, now the -i_ r ht of the City Mills in the western 
ji.ut of Norfolk. Bunge Howl. — Bungy Brook, a branch of Peter'- River, crosses the 
s W corner of Wrentham into Bellingham. [n 1698 Lieut. John Ware, Lieut. 8amuell 
Guild and Samuel] Gay, a committee appointed for that purpose, present to the Pro- 
prietors of the Common lands of the Town of Dedham <>n account of the division by 

lot they had made of about two thniisaiid'onc. hundred acre- 1\ ing westerly from Wrcn- 

tham, and easterly from Mendon; and propose that they should receive one hun 
acres in full satisfaction for their services Ij rag upon Peter's Rn er. This was gra 
being "voted in the affirmative." ("Pa led in the negative" is a not uncommon 
record.) 1680-1, John W ! second <m a ta\ list of twenty, paying £5 ; while 

John Blake, Sen., paid £6 11.11; ami Robert Ware. £] 15.6 

t •' 1 never read such a bequest a- • I gh e m\ w ife sucb household stuff as -hi' brought 
with her on her marriage,' thai the [question] does not arise in my mind." •• w i- -ho 

not a WldOtl when he married her • " fll. V . Waters ill the " Nation," July ■"., 18S6.] 

X Joanna Whiting (eldest of su children of Nathaniel Whiting, dr., and Joanna 
■ . ii !i iii M. dneld, Sept. 26, l ( 166, married in Wrentham, Feb. ,; . 1689, John Blake, 

.e_d had live children, of whom Mary Blake, horn April 8, 1696, was the youngest. 



28 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Equality, and also I do apint and ordain my two Sons — Elezer Ware and 
Joseph Ware to be Soul Executers. 

Jn° Ware (Seal) 

Signed and Seailed & declared to be his last will & testement 
the day and yere aboue wreten in present of us 
Eben r Fisher 
Jonathan Metcalf 
Samuel Fisher. 





[Proved May 8, 1718.] 



Inventory of Estate of John Wake. 

An Inventory of all and singular the Goods and Chattels of Jn° Ware 
Sen r Deceased prised at Wrantham Aug 1 y e 29, 1718 by Mr. Robert Ware 
Ens 11 . Sam 1 Fisher and Leiut. Ebenezer Fisher as followeth : — 

Inper rs . His apparell nineteen pounds, Five Shillings 19-05-00 

Itm. The Books Seven pounds forteen Shillings 07-14-00 

Itm. The homStead and Jack paster medow 200-00-00 

Itm. To pine plain medow Twenty pounds. 20-00-00 
Itm. out lands on hundred & ninty three pounds Ten 

Shillings. 193-10-00 

Itm. on peace of Land Given to Johns Three Sons 30-00-00 

Itm Brass. Iron and Puter Ware in the hous 12-12-06 
Itm Beding and Bedsteeds Thirty two pounds seven shil- 

ings. 32-07-00 

Itm Wooden Earthen and Glass ware 12-04-00 

Itm Cattle Thirty five pounds Seventeen Shillings 35-17-00 

Itm one horss Five pounds ten shillings 05-1 0-00 
Itm. husbandry Tools Eight pounds thirteen and six pence 08-13-06 

Itm Carpenters and Joyners Tools 01-18-06 

Itm Woole, Flax and Leather two pound on shillings 02-01-00 

Itm one Bond for Ten pounds 10-00-00 

Item In prouince Bills on pound ten shillings 01-10-00 

Itm Surveying Instrmuments 02-00-00 

Item. Books, Dbts owing to him unsartain 00-00-00 

Item, by Bills for money 05-19-02 

Itm. physick Books. 04-00-00 



Total Sum 605-02-02 

Robert Ware ~) 
Samull Fisher >-prisers. 
Eben. Fisher ) 



w \i;r. GENEALOGY. 29 

An- 1 r \< i of Will of Thin Gay. 

Will of John Gay of Dedham, dated Dec. L8, 1686, proved Dec 17, 
1689. 

•• [mprs unto my will beloved wife Joannah ( ray all my Moveables \\ ith- 
in doors and withoul chattel & chattels whatsoever to be wholly at her own 
use for the coumfort & support of ber Life." . . "it' mj sayd wife have 
sufficient to maintain ber with those things farther given unto ber in this 
my will, then she have full power to make a legal! will & dispose of the 
said moveables to her children as Bhe please, to be delivered unto them 
after her decease, it' she Deed not the Emprovemenl or worth of the princi- 
pal! to maintain her in her life time." ....•• Also the full and U-<-i- 
use of the South end of mj dwelling house I now live in during the term 
of her natural! life and all the rent & revenues of my orchards ami lands 
ingaged unto my -lie & unto her in a writeing under the hand and Seal of 
my Son John Gay, and the wintering of a Cowbeasl each year she live by 
my Son Jonathan Gay as under his hand .v 3ea1 is ingaged. 

Item, besides what my Loveing Son Samuel Gay have formerly had of 

me towards hi- portion I do farther add and give unto him the moyety or 
half part of those my Lands granted and laid out to me by Town of Ded- 
ham near Meadfeild bounds eotumonly called Meadfeild dividend."' (.i\es 
unto his son Nathaniel Gaj one half part of Lands granted & laid out to 
him in that division of Dedham lands near Medfeild, commonly called 
Medfeild dividend, and confirms a former gifl of Land or whole common 
rights in all the Lands of Pecumtuck alies Derefieild in Hampshire. (Hves 
unto hi- >on Lliezer (Jay all his common rights in Wrentham Town in all 
divisions of Lands yet laid out of all sorts, and in those hereafter Laid out 
in all the hounds of Wrentham whatsoever, also all the legal rights he has 
in all those land- that lieth in Dedham bounds betwixl Wrentham and 
Mendon hounds. 

All that may remain after hi- decease & the decease of his wife undis- 
posed of to lie divided into twelve parts to l>e disposed of as followeth: — 
To hi- -on Samuel (Jay two of said twelve part- which with what he has 
already received to he his whole portion; to his son Nathaniel (iay two of 
.-aid twelve part- which with what lie ha- already received to he hi- whole 
portion; to hi- -on Eleazur (iay one of said twelve part- which with 
what he ha- already received to be his whole portion; to his -on in law 

John Ware one of -aid twelve parts in right of his daughter Joannah Ware 
his wife which with what he has already given them to he their whole por- 
tion ; to his son in law John Fuller in right of his daughter Judah hi- wife 
three of said twelve parts, which with what he has already given them to 
be their whole portion ; to his son in law Daniel! Hawse in right of his 
daughter AJbiell hi- wife three of said twelve parts which with what he has 
already given them to he their whole portion. Confirms Deed or convey- 
ance of gift A: -ale to hi- son John (ia\ of all those houses & land- of all 
sorts and common rights dated Dee. L8, 1686. Witnesses Richard Ellice, 
Thomas Battle, Joseph Weight Confirms deed ol gifl to hi- -on Jonathan 
(ia\ of two Acre- of land upon which hi- dwelling house stands in Ded- 
ham dated June 28, 1682. Witnesses Thomas Battle and Joseph Wight 
Also another deed of one half Acre of hi- house l"i with explanation of 
the former deed, -aid half Acre of land expressed in that deed Jonathan 



30 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Gay has sold to his brother John, which he approves of and confirms. 
Also confirms a deed given to his son Jonathan of all his uplands & mead- 
ows that lie adjoining or near to Andrew Dueings lands as bounded in 
said deed dated Dec. 1, 1686. "Witnesses Thomas Battle, Joseph AVight, 
John Battelle and John Fisher. 

All of which deeds he confirms on condition that the two Acres be at 
the use and Improvement of his Executrix and Executor to help towards 
the maintenance of his said wife. " My farther minde and will is that if 
the use and principall of what I have in this my will given to my dear and 
Loveing wife, together with the rents or yearly Income of my orchards or 
Lands prove not fully Sufficient for my said wifes coumfortable mainte- 
nance, then so much as is farther needfull to be aded shall be taken or de- 
frayed out of my Estate due to me by bonds under the hands and seals 
from my Sons John Gay and Jonathan Gay, and the other halfe out of the 
Estate or proper charge of my Executor John Gay my loveing Son accord- 
ing as he have iugaged in his bond to me, in this last matter expressed my 
Executor is to take the advice of Ens. Richard Ellice and my Son Nathan- 
it] Gay whose advice and determination is fully therein to be attended." 
In case his wife does not live to need use and full value & principall of 
what he has given her, then the same shall be equally divided among all 
his children. Appoints his wife Joannah Gay Executrix and his son John 
Gay Executor. 

Witnesses 

Richard Ellice 
Thomas Battle 
Joseph Wight. 



3. 

Nathaniel, 2 born in Dedham, Oct. 7, 1648 ; died in Wrentham, 
July 10, 1724, in his 76th year; buried at Wrentham Centre; one 
of the settlers of Wrentham 4n 1671 ; married in W. Oct. 12, 1696, 
Mary " Wheelak." She married second, Sept. 20, or Feb. 13, 
1726, Cornelius Fisher, born Feb. 8, 1660; died Jan. 6, 1743, 
being his third wife; she married third, July 16, 1746, Thomas 
(son of Thomas and Hannah) Bacon, born at Wrentham, Nov. 26, 
1693 ; she died March 25, 1750.* 

In the possession of Prof. Park, of Andover, a descendant of Na- 
thaniel Ware, is a deed dated March 2, 1674, from Robert Ware to 
his son Nathaniel of " Twelve Acres . . . in the Township of Wren- 
tham . . . being a part of the first deuision of Lands Layd out . . 
for house Lots . . . [abutting] upon the house Lot of son John 
Ware towards the North East," and of son Robert Ware South 
West. Also the full Right r ' of Nine Cow Comon Rights in the 

* " oner mother Mary Bacon Decesed march ye 2-5: 1750." Manuscript recora of 
Samuel, 3 in the possession of his grandson, Thomas Ware, Granville, 111. 



WAKl". cr.NK \I.niiV. :51 

• Becond deuisiOl] & all succeeding delusions of nil sorts of Lands.'' 

The will of Nathaniel* has not been Pound. His real estate was 
valued at £240 7. 6. at hie death ; £359 when the estate was settled 
two years later. 

The lands bought by Nathaniel Ware, senior, were the following: 
June 9, L685, 2 acres south of Nuppong Hill; 6:2: L670, land 
adjoining his house lot; 9:4: L685, at Mill Brook; same date, 
20 acres on Great Plain,* S. on leading way through the Plain, E. 
adjoining Eleazer Metcalf, W» by Samuel Fisher, X. by Common 
laud. May 21, L485, a small parcel extending his house lot to the 
great pond. March 28, 1698, 7 acres at the Great Plain joining 

the land he bought of Anthony Ilaneoek. Oct. 1, 17 1 < '. , 1 acre 
South of Great Hill beyond the Great Hill near Dorchester line. 
March 28, 170!), oA acres at mill hrook common, S. & W. on his 
own land. Oct. 1, 1 T 1 « > , 35 acres at his timber lot at Mill hrook, 
being part swamp and part upland, viz. 2\ acres on the West side 
of the Brook, 14 acres on the East Bide of the brook. 

Nath'l' Ware, Sen., sold to Natb.' Ware, dr., for Twenty-Three 
pounds 10 shillings, current money of X. B., Several tracts of lands 
in Wrentham. "< me Tract Containing Fourteen Acr< e and Twenty 
Pole Lying upon the Great Plain, land formerly granted Sand. 
Shears, Senr., S. E. ; Pond 8. or nere to said Pond, and upon 
common land on all other parts. More another percal of land con- 
taining one acre Lying South of the Great Hill beyond the Great 
plain nere Dorchester line bounded by Common Land On all parts. 
More Fifty acres of Land yet to- be taken up upon the Common un- 
devided Land within the Township of Wrentham On the Twelve 
Acre Devidend Account." Oct. Id, 1720. Witnesses: William 
Ware, Jonathan Ware. Signed "Nathaniel Ware Scner." 

•• A true Inventory of All and Singular the Goods, Chattels and Credits 
of Nathaniel Ware Husbandman Deceased, Prized at Wrentham on the 
Sixth Day of January L724-5. by William Man, John Guild and Jonathan 
Ware as followeth — 

Imprimis His Apparel 3-13-0 

Item Books "1 •-'> 

Item A Cane 0- 

I;. in A Gun and a Rapier 2- 

Item Bead and Beading and Furniture in y* Lower mum 7-19-0 

* "Great'plain" war <> /»>>"/, mast be I Mi ink the plain about one mile Prom the \ illage 
on i Ik- road to Franklin, and <>n the western border of Blake's pond; or it may be the 
plain <>n Sontb street nth.™ aide oft Ireal Pond, now commonly called " whit- 

ing's .Pond," " Gi ri Hill." " Nockap hill, or a hill south-west from that on the road 
to Plain ville with a large phi in beyond it and a -mall pond." id road is an 

old discontinued way leading through woodland from tneCitj Mills road to the station on 
N,'u ^ ork and New England K. R. at Citj Mills in Norfolk. Nathaniel Ware wan 
i in an when I was a small boy ; lived near it in a bouse -till Btanding, occu- 
Nash."— S. Warner, Sept. 2, i^ s 7. 



32 



WARE GENEALOGY. 



Item 

Item 

Item 
Item 
Item 
Item 
Item 
Item 
Item 
Item 



One Bead and Beading and Furniture up Chamber ) 
standing on the south side of the " J 

One Bead and Beading and furniture up Chamber ) 
standing on the North side of the Chamber ) 

One all wool Blanket 

Ten Yeards of woolen Cloth 

One Pair of sheets 

One Table Cloth and two Napkins 

One Old Learge Brass Kittel 

One Small Brass Kettle and a Brass Diall 

One Warming pan 

One Iron Pott 4 shillings one Trammel 5 shillings } 



shillings and 



J 



Lamp 1 shilling 

Item One Frying pan 

Item Two peuter platters one Bason two porringers 
One Quart pott and seven Spoons 

Item Earthen Wear and Glasses 

Item One Larg Chest 10 shillings one Cubbord 10 shill- 
ings and one old Chest ls.-6d. 
One Large Box 

Item A chairs and a Table 

Item One Great spinning Wheele 6 shillings and two 
small spinning Wheels 7 shillings 

Item two meat tubs 7 shillings and one Peller(?) 3 shill- ) 
ings one Barril 1 shilling one Bottle ls.-6d. and v 
a tunnel 6 pence and one small tube 1 shilling \ 

Item One Half Bushel and one Half Peck 

Item A Saddle and Bridle and a Pillion 

Item Two Acres 10 Shillings and 3 old axes 3 shillings ) 
One ads 1 shilling one cow Bell j 

Item two Braking up Hows 1 1 shillings and one Broad ) 
Howe and a Turn up Howe \ 

Item One Square 3 shillings and a share 1 shilling One ) 
6 'shillings 3 Augurs 3s.-6d. and a haft 6 y 



saw 



pence One hammer one shilling 






3- 0-0 

7- 0-0 

1- 0-0 
2-10-0 
1- 5-0 
0- 4-0 
1-10-0 
0-11-0 
0- 6-0 



one pair of tongs 4 shillings and one firepan one ! 

shilling and one Gred Iron 2 shillino-a and <i ! -17-U 



0-10-0 
1-17-0 

0- 6-6 

1- 1-6 

0- 3-0 
0-11-6 

0-13-0 

0-14-0 

0- 3-0 
0-13-0 

0-18-0 
0-15-0 

0-15-0 
42-18-0 



Item Four Gimblets ls.-8d. one pair of Compasses one 
shilling, 2 chissels and 2 Gouges 2s-6d One pair 
of Kuippers 6 pence and a Ston Hamer 2 shil- 
lings 

Item One Spade 5 Shillings, 3 wedges and a Beetle Ring 
6 shillings and two Smothing Irons 3 shillings 

Item One Logg Chain One pound ten shillings and A 
plow chain 12 shillings and one small Long chain 
18 shillings and an Iron Barr and an Iron pick (" 
12 shillings 



0-17-10 
0-14- 
3-12- 



WAKK CKNK.M-OGV. 



33 



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Thr.c Sickela 1 Bhillinga one small Iron Scale Beam 
Ls-6d two Sythea and tackling 18 Bhillinga One 
Bruflh Sythe 6 Bhillinga and three forks 1 Bhillinga 

and <>ne muck fork 1 Bhillinga and a mack ( '< ■ 

.'! Bhillinga 

Old lion 7 Bhillinga and old Wooden Lumber up 



( 1 



lumber .) 8 



iillin< r s 



One Churn 3 shillings two pails 2 shillings 3 traya 

S Bhillinga and a milk Kitten Ls-6d 
< me Looking < rlass 

A Pegion Neet 5 shillings and a Beive ls-Gd 
Horse tackling 15 shillings 2 ox rocks 5 shillings 
Shout; Leather L£-5s-0d and two Hides? shill 
Plow [rons 

( me Brake and a Grinston 
A ( art and Irons belonging to it and Irons for 

Cart Wheels and a (art Kope 
( ferriages and Iron 
One (»ivat Harrow 2 pounds and Harrow teeth for 

a small Harrow 18 shillings 
One small plow and Irons belonging to it 
( im: Pear of < been 
Three Cow 

( me heifer £2 5s Od. and two Calves 1£ 15-0d. 
Twelve Sheep 
One Horse 
Two Swine 



} 



more five old meal sacks found afterwards 
The Dwelling House and Barn and meadow and 

upland at Home 
Sixty Aeres of Land Lying on both sides of Mill- 
Brook, Doun stream of the Homestead \ 
Nine Acres and an Half Acre and twenty eight pole > 
of Pine Swamp Lying in the Long Swamp above > 

I >ui:if.-.; y 

Five Cow Common Rights 

The Sawmill landing upon Mill-brook with the \ 
Priviledges belonging to said mill and an Iron > 
plate for a mill saw ) 

The Land Due on the twelve Acre Devision and ] 
Vet to he Laved out on the Common ondevid y 
Land within the township of Wrentham at Ten [ 
shillings per Aere 

sixteen Acres and Three Quarters 

some total of the Real Estate 
as it was prised two year after) 
when settled was j 



0-12- 



0-12- 





0- 9- 





0- 2- 





0- (i- 


6 


1- 0- 





1-12- 





1- 0- 





0- 8- 





2- 3- 





0- 4- 





2-18- 





0-10- 





12-10- 





11- 0- 


I) 


4- 0- 





3-18- 





5- 0- 





2- 0- 


tj 


56- 3- 


4 


1- 7- 





150- 0- 






60- 0- 



7- 0- 



5- -0 



10-0-0 



8- 7- 6 



240- 
359- 



7- 

0- 



34 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Memorandum by a later hand. 

Jan. 1775 This Inventory of no grate service 

since y e Estate was settled &c. " 
359- 0-0 234- 0-0 
240- 7-6 56- 3-4 
42-18-0 



118-12-6 



333-01-4 



Children, born inWrentham : 

12. i. Nathaniel, 8 « Friday," Aug. 6, 1697 ; d. March 4, 1781, " March 

5, 84th yr," Wrentham. 
ii. Betty, "'Sabbot," Feb. 11, 1699[-1700] ; d. Sept. 13, 1726, 
" 27th yr." ; m. June 24, 1724, Benjamin, son of Benjamin and 
Priscilla Grant (b. in W. Oct. 16, 1695). 

Child: 1. Betty, May 20, 1725. 

iii. Abigail, " Tusday," Dec. 1, 1702 ; d. in her 91st year [1793] ; 
m. May 17, 1727, William (son of Mark and Deborah Force, 
b. Wr.iFeb. 22, 1701-2). 
Children : 

1. William, Aug. 29, 1728. 

2. Mary, March 11, 1729-30. 

3. Timothy, March 2, 1731-2. 

4. Benjamin, Sept. 9, 1733. 

5. Jonathan, Sept. 14, 1735. 

6. David, Oct. 1, 1739. 

J. Abigail, d. April 22, 1753. 

13. iv. Beriah (son), " Monday," Nov. 7, 1704 ; d. Feb. 17, 1756, Wren- 

tham. 

14. v. Josiah, "Sabboth," March 21, 1707[-8] ; d. July 3, 1798; 

Needham. 
vi. Kesia, "Tusday," March 13, 1710[-11] ; d. Feb. 20, 1802, 91st 
year; m. Jan. 5, 1732-3, Beriah (Samuel, Samuel) Man (b. 
1708, d. March 31, 1750). 

Children : 

1. Bathsheba, March 9, 1736. 

2. Hannah, July 16, 1737. 

3. Jonathan, Sept. 8, 1739. 

4. Keziah, Aug. 13, 1741. 

5. Mary, Oct. 20, 1743. 

6. Beriah, Nov. 17, 1746. 

7. Betsey, Dec. 24, 1748. 

Kezia (Ware) Man m. secondly in Wrentham, Aug. 14, 1754, 
Joseph Shepard (d. Aug. 28, 1773). 



WAUK (iKNKAUXJY. 35 

vii. Pelatiah, " Tusday," Oct. 20, L713 ; d. June 10, L726, aged 
« 13th jrr." 
15. viii. Sami i i .."'• Friday," Feb. 8, L716[-17] ; d. Jan. 5, L806, Con- 
u;i\ . Mass. 



V, 



4. 



Robert, 1 born in Dedham, August 1 or f> [Dea. Mann's Bible 
record], L653; settle. 1 in Wrentham; died there, Sept. It!, 1721, 
in hi* 72d year. He or bis bod Robert was "impressed by virtue of 
a warrant from ye Major" in Dedham to serve in King Philip's 
war. 'Taken at Dedham the '.'tli Day of Xber, L675, for Capt. 
Bamuell Mossely's Company; Sam! Colburnei John Day, Root 
Weaiv. Alira Hart way, Henry Ellitroop." There has been some 
question whether this Robert Ware was the father or the son, hut 
tin* age of the first two recruits was about the same as that of the 
younger Robert; Colburne and Day being about twenty, and Robert 
Ware twenty-^two. Married first in Dedham, June 4, 1677 J Sarah, 
daughter ofrMichael Metcalf, Jr., and Mary Fairbanks (born in 
Dedham, Dec. 7, 1648, died in Wrentham. April 13, 1718). 
Robert- married second, Feb. 2b, 17r.)-2<), Elizabeth Holbrook, of 
Mendon (died in Wrentham, July 28, 1723). 

A soldier in the Wrentham company in 1689; deputy in 170."). 
Pie was on the committee about the Meeting House, 1669. In !i>71 
he agreed with others to settle Wollomonopoag. In 1702 his tax 
was 12-10. He was one of the executors of the will of his brother- 
in-law, Rev. Samuel Man, in 1718. 

Will of Robert Ware, Senior, of Wrentham. 

In the Name of God Amen the twenty eight day of August Anno 

Domini one thousand seven hundred and twenty tour in the Eleventh year 

of the Reign e of our Sovereigne Lord King George ouer Great limine, I 

Robert Ware Senior of Wrentham in the < ounty of Suflfolke and Province 

of the Massachusets Bay in New England, Husbandman, being weeke in 

bodie But of sound minde and memory praised be Almighty God for the 

same yet Knowing the oncertanty of this present life and being Desirous 

to Settle that owtard Estate the Lord hath lent me, Do therefore make 

and order this my last will and Testament in maner and forme following, 

That is to Bay, First and Prinsipally I commend my Soul into the hands of 

Almighty God my Creator, hoping to Receive full pardon and Remitiou of 

all my sins and Salvation through the alone merits of Jesus Christ me Re- 

demer and my bodie to the earth to l>e decently intered according to the 

Decresiou of my Exeq™ hereafter Named in hopes of A glorious Rezection 

unto Etarnal life. And as touching such temporal estate the Lord of his 

bounty hath lent me my \\ ill and .Mind is the Bame shall be imployed and 

bestowed as hereafter iii and by this my Will is expresed hereby R< 

Reuounsing and making Null and Voyde all wills and Testaments by me 



36 WARE GENEALOGY. 

heretofore made Declaring and Appoynting this to be my last Will & Testa- 
ment wherein is Contained the Same. Imp rs , I will that my funeral ex- 
pences be taken out of my Estate and further my Minde and will is that 
all my true and just Debts be well and truly payed or Ordered to be payed 
in Conveniant time Next after my Decease by the person herein after 
Named. 

Item. Whereas many years ago I gave to my Eldest son Ebenezer 
Ware and his heires in a deed of Gift under my hand of house and Land in 
Wrentham on portion accounte to the Value of Sixty pounds, I doe now 
further give unto him and his heires the sume of five Shillings and allso 
one fourth part of all my waring appariell and one fourth part of all Debts, 
bills & bonds dew to my Estate and these with what he hath already Re- 
ceived shall be his whole share in my whole Estate. 

Item. Whereas I have formarly given to my son Robart Ware and his 
heires, Deeds of Gift under my hand of land in Wrentham upland and 
Swampy Land on portion accounte, my son Robart Ware Having the price 
or valuation of the sd lands in the deeds or Instruments, I doe now further 
give unto him and his heires the sume of ten Shillings and allso one fourth 
part of all my waring Appariell and one fourth part of all Debts, bills & 
Bonds dew to my Estate and these with what he hath already Received 
shall be his whole share in my whole Estate. 

Item. Whereas I have formerly given to my son Michel Ware and his 
heires in a Deed of Gift under my hand of house and land in Wrentham 
on portion accounte to the value of fifty pounds, I doe now further give 
unto him and his heires the sume of five Shillings and allso one fourth part 
of all my waring Appariell and one fourth part of all Debts, bills & Bonds 
dew to my Estate and these with what he hath already Received shall be 
his whole Share in my whole Estate. 

Item. To my son Jonathan Ware my mind and Will is and I give to 
him and his heires all my Housing and lands in Wrentham or elsewhere in 
New England not heretofore disposed of by me, upland, Medow land & 
Swampy laud whatsoever with all appurtenances belonging to the housing 
and lands and further I give to my son Jonathan Ware and his heires my 
Teame and all tacklin belonging to it and all my Husbandry tooles and one 
fourth part of all my waring Appariell and one fourth part of all Debts, 
bills & bonds dew to my Estate and allso all provition left by me in my 
Dwelling House and Barn of all sorts whatsoever both for man and beast 
and allso my minde and will is that my son Jonathan Ware shall pay all my 
true and just Debts, Only funeral charges to be taken out of my Estate as 
before expresed. 

Item to my three Daughters and my minde and will is that they Namely 
my Daughter Margriet and her heires and my Daughter Sarah and her 
heires and my Daughter Easter and her heirs shall be equall in what they 
have Received or shall Receive of my Estate Referance being had to my 
book of Accounts of what they or any one of them have already Received 
and further my minde and will is that my son Jonathan Ware shall pay 
thirty Pounds two and amongst my three Daughters within four years next 
after my Decease, and allso my mind and will is that all my movable Es- 
tate not heretofore disposed of by me after funeral charges taken out shall 
be devided two and amongst my three Daughters and finally my mind and 
will is that my son Jonathan Ware shall pay every perticular sume_to the 
persons unto whome they are herein given by me. 



WAIttt liF.NKAf.OCY. 37 

In Testamony whereof I have hereunto setl my hand and Srah- tin- day 
and year first above written Appoynting and Ordering my two Bona Michel 
Ware and Jonathan Ware to be the Exq™ to this my last Will and Testa- 
ment. 



IQjPtfyf 'WrfdZ. (Seal) 



Signed, Sealed, Published and Declared by the s«l Robart Ware Sen r as 
and fur bis last will and Testament. 

Ebt'ii r Fisher Anthony haucock Thomas Fisher dohnCay. 

Children by wife Sarah, all except the eldest born in Wrentham : 

1G. i. Ebenezer, 8 March 15, Hi77-s. in Dedham; d. April 26, 17.">0, 
in Wrentham. 

17. ii. Robert, Dec. <'-. L680; d. Jan. '.», 1781-2, Wrentham. 

18. iii. Michael, June 11. 1683; d. Sept 21, 1725, Wrentham. 

iv. Margaret, Jane 6, L685 ; m. Die. 1, L704, in Roxbury, Major 
John (John, John) Foster of Attleboro, blacksmith (b. Nov. 
15, 1680, in Salem; d. Dec. 24, 1759, at Attleboro). 

Children: 

1. John, Dorchester. Mar. !. 1706. 

2. Robert, Dorchester. Oct. 9, 1707. 

3. Ebenezer, Dorchester, A.ug. 20, 1709 ; d. June 18, 1749; 

m. Sept. 17. 1 7.J0, Desire Cushman (Sam., Thos., 
Thos., Robt.) of Wrentham, Attleboro and Cumber- 
land, R. I. 

4. Margaret, Wrentham, Mar. 7. 1712 : in. Israel Whittaker 

of Rehoboth. 

5. Benjamin, Wrentham, Apr. 17, 171 1. 

6. Jonathan, Wrenthan, dune 8, 171o; m. Anna ; 

settled in R. I. 

7. Sarah, Wrentham. Apr. 18, 17 IS. 

8. Timothy, Wrentham, May 1 I, 1720; m. Sihbel Freeman ; 

went to Maine. 

9. Nathan, Wrentham. duly 23, 1722. 

li». Esther, Wrentham, 172-'!; d. same day. 

11. Michael, Wrentham. Oct L9, 1724 ; d. Apr. 15, 1726. 

12. Michael, Wrentham, July l<s, 1727. 

L8. Mary, Wrentham, Nov. 19, 1729 ; m. Benjamin Walcott 

19. v. Jonathan, Feb. 28, 1686[-7]j d. April 20, 17 in. Wrentham. 
vi. Sarah, March I. L689[-90] ; d. A.ug. 5, 1729 j m. June 6, 1722, 

Francis Nicholson. (Dea. Francis d. in W. Dec. 7, 17.">.". ). 

Child: 1. Francis, b. May 27. d. Amu. 20, 1729. 

vii. Esther, Maj 7, 1698; d. Sept l 1. 1745; m. Dee. 17. 1718, 
I le/ekiah. bod of Daniel | Edward) and Abie! (Gay) Hawes, of 
Wrentham (b. Nov. 22, 1688. Dea. Bezekiah d. Jnly 2, 1777). 

viii. Elizabeth, Sept. 30, K'.:i7; d. before /Lag. 28, L724. 



38 WARE GENEALOGY. 



Samuel, 2 born in Dedham, Sept. 30, 1657 ; died there between 
March 6th and 22d, 1730-1 ; married in Dedham, July 21, 1690, 
Elizabeth Rice (died Nov. 18, 1719). Their children were: 

i. Joseph, 3 June 23, 1691 ; d. April 30, 1710. 
ii. Samuel, July 20, 1694; d. July 30, 1722. 
iii. There is a tradition that one son was drowned. 

Samuel 2 married second, July 27, 1721, Sarah, daughter of 
Thomas Fuller of Dedham, widow successively of Ralph Day and 
John Carpenter. She was born in Dedham, May 7, 1659 ; mar- 
ried first, Dec. 6, 1682, Ralph Day of Dedham, bricklayer. Chil- 
dren : Ralph, born Oct. 29, 1683*; Thomas, born June 19, 1686; 
Sarah, born April 1, 1689 (married Jan. 17, 1716-7, David, son 
of Daniel and Anna (Dewing) Wight, born Dec. 19, 1686), Abi- 
gail (Abiell), born March 29, 1695. She married second, John 
Carpenter of Dedham, housewright, who administered on the estate 
of her former husband. [Suffolk County Records, March 7, 
1705-6]. She survived her third husband, Samuel 2 Ware, and 
died "widow," March 31, 1736. Her will, dated July 12, 1735, 
proved April 13, 1736, leaves legacies of money or lands in Wren- 
tham and Needham to sons Ralph, Thomas and Jeremiah Day; 
grand-daughter Mary, daughter of Ralph Day ; daughters Sarah 
Wight and Abigail Bacon. 

Will of Samuel Ware of Dedham. [Abstract.] 

Will dated March 6, proved March 22, 1730-1. I Samuel Ware of 
Dedham weaver wdl that my Fuuerall Expences be taken out of my estate 
and that all my true and just Debts be well and truly Paied. I give unto 
my well beloved wife Sarah Ware the use of the One Equal half part of 
all my Estate During her Natural Life and the One Third part of all my 
Moveable Estate for her to Dispose of as She shall See meet. Item, I 
Give unto Mary Day who hath lived with and been helpfull to me A con- 
siderable time the full Sum of five pounds. Item, I give unto the heires of 
my Brother John Ware deceased in Equality the full Sum of six pounds. 
Same to heires of Brothers Nathaniel* and Robart deceased ; to Sister 
Hester Man ; and to Brother Ephraim Ware and his heires. Same to 
Brother Ebenezer Ware and his heires Provided that he or his heires shall 
pay to my Exequ r3 within Six months Next after my Decease all that ifl 
justly Due from him to my Estate and in Case that the s d Ebenezer Ware 
nor his heires doe not pay they shall have No part Nor Share in my 
Estate. 

*From an account book of Nathaniel 3 : " 1738 Beriah Ware cv. by a Legace from 
Deedham from uncle Samuel Ware, 17s." " 1731 Wm. Force Cr by money from Ded- 
ham 11.6." " Due to Keziah Ware by her part of 4 pound from Ded. 11.6. 



wakf. G f.m:\logy. 39 

To Nathaniel Man my Kinsman who hath ami att the Date hereof Doth 
Dwell with me and haul for ;•. Considerable Number of years past h.-.n 
helpful] to me and Faithful] in my service the whole of my Estate boath 
Eteale and Persona] no1 heretofore disposed of by me. Provided thai thi 
Nathaniel Mas or his heires Bhall pay the pertimlar Sum or Somes above 
Mentioned within the Space of four years Next after my Decease and in 
case tin v doe not pay I do hereby Authorize my BxeqUTS hereinafter, 
Named to Make Sale of so mueh of my Instate as Shall lie sullieiaiit to pay 
what 1 have herein above given to all and every person ; and allso thai my 
Exequors shall be full} satislied out of my Estate for all there Cost and 
Charge that they shall be att in or abougfrfc my* Estate. Appoyntmgmy 
two friends Xanily .!. retuiah Follei of 9tonghl0D and .lohn ( ray of Ibdharn 
to be my Exeipiors. Witnesses: Noah Kingsbery, Amos Fuller, William 
Eaton, Sed Dol Buck. 

0> OAwjjJ** byo^JLr 



Epiihaim.- born in Dedham, Nov. 5, 1659 ; bapt. 19. 12. 59. He 
married in Peril-am, July 13, 1 08"). Hannah Herring, probably daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Mary (Pierce) Herring (ri. July 10, 1738, in N.), 
and lived in the part of the town which became (1711) Needham. 
Thomas llearin, Pedham, m. Feb. 15, 1650, Mary, daughter of 
Robert Pearse of Dorchester, who bequeathed to her and her ,r five 
children" in 1664; as four only are recorded up to that time, it 
is a fair inference that Hannah was the fifth. 'The aged Ephraim 
Ware died In y e 94 th Year of his Age as 'tis tho't, Mar. 26, 1753." 
[Needham chh. rec.] 

Children, born in Dedham : * 

i. Debora,* Feb. 17, 1685-6. 

20. ii. Ephuaim, Feb. 14, 1688-9 ; d. March 19, 1774, Needham. 

21. iii. Kobert, April 18, 1699 ; d. , Needham. 

* Ephraim 2 is said to have had two sons and three daughters. The first two at least 
of tbe following marriages probably refer to children of his whose births were not re- 
corded : 

" Hannah Ware of Dedham and Eleazer Metcalf of Wrentham Sept. 6 1711 " (Ded- 
ham). 

" Margaret Ware and Samuel Frost Nov. 9 172") " (Needham). 

" Abigail Ware and Hezekiah Broad, Mar. 5 1733-1 " (Needham). [Sixth daughter 
of Ebenezer ?] 

Hezekiah, son of Hczekiah and Abigail Broad, born in Dedham, March 21, 1708. 
Eleazer Metcalf (Jonathan, Michael, Michael)] bora Feb. 14, 1687. 

" Abigail Broad, wife of Ikztkiah Broad of Natick deceased March yc 31st 1736." 
No issue recorded. 

" Mr. Thomas Stedman, of Brooklyne, and Mrs. Hannali Metcalf, of Dedham," were 
married in Dedham, Nov. 18, 1729. in Rbo. vi. Eleazer (Jonathan, Michael, Michael) 
Metcalf, b. Feb. 11. M>87, is said to have married Hannah Ware; no children given. 
Eleazer (Michael, Michael, Michael) b Feb. 12, 1684-6 (name of wife not given), IS Mid 
to havt had children Hannah and Deborah. It seems probable that it was Michael's 
Eleazer who married Hannah Ware, born abo ni inoi (probably daughter of Ephraim'), 
whose children would thus be named for herself and her Bister; and that it was Jona- 
than's Eleazer who married Feb. 15, 1709-10, Judith George. 



40 WARE GENEALOGY. 



7. 

Ebenezer, 8 born in Dedham, Oct. 28, 1667, bapt. 3. 9. 67; 
died Jan. (?) 1765, in Needham. He is said to have had five 
wives, one son and six daughters. He married first in Dedham, 
March 18, 1689-90, Martha Herring, daughter of Thomas ami 
Mary (Pierce) Herring (b. in Dedham, July 11, 1668, d. Jan. 30 r 
1709-10). His wife Elizabeth died in Needham, March 8, 1733-4, 
"Mehetabel Wife of Aged Ebenezer Ware died suddenly," Nov. 2 r 
1753. He married lastly, June 13, 1754, when 86 years of age r 
Ann Harrison. " The Deposition of Ebenezer Ware an aged man 
of Needham, dated Oct. 21, 1763 states that in 1693 he knew," - 
etc. [Smith's Newton, p. 261-5.] 



Will of Ebenezer Ware, Senior, of Needham. 

In the Name of God Amen, the seventeenth Day of September Anc> 
Domi one thousand seven hundred and Fifty four in the Twenty eight year 
of the Reign of or Souerain Lord King George the second over Great 
Britain &c I Ebenezer Ware Sen r of Nedham in the County of Suffolk and 
Prouence of Masachusets bay in New England Husbandman being in 
nsual helth of body but aduenceed in years but of sound mind and memory, 
Blesed be almity God therefor and calling to mind the Frailty of Life and 
Certainty of Death Do therefore make and ordain this my last Will and 
Testement in maner and Form folowing that is to say : First and Princi- 
pally I commend my Soul into the hands of Almity God my creator hoping 
to Reciue y e pardon and Remission of all my sins and saluation through 
the alone merit of Jesus Christ my Redemer and my body to the Earth to 
be deacently Buried acording to the discresion of exceeutrex herein Named 
and Executer hereinafter Named and as Touching such Worldly Estate the 
Lord hath lent me my mind and will is the same shall be disposed of 
acording as is hereinafter expresed hereby Reuoaking and Renounceing 
and making Null and Voaid all Wills and Testaments by me heretofore 
made declering and apoynting this to be my last Will and Testement 
Wherein is contained the same. Imp rs , I will that all my just Debts and 
Funarall Expences be Well and Truly payed in conuenient Time next 
after my Deceas by my Executrex hereinafter named. 

Itm. I do giue and Bequeth to my only son Nathaniel Ware Sen 1 the 
Sume of Fiue Shillings lawful money. 

Itm. I do giue and Bequeth to my Daughter Mary's Children Namly 
William mills and John Mills and Benjamin mills to each of them one 
Shilling Lawfull money. 

Itm. I do giue and Bequeth my Daughter Martha Smith one Shilling 
Lawfid money. 

Itm. I do giue to my Daughter Elizabeth children Namly Abial and 
Elizabeth and Meribath to each of them one Shilling Lawful money. 

Itm. I do giue and Bequeth to my Daughter Jemima Kingsbery one 
Shilling Lawful money. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 41 

"Itm. I 'I" graeand Bequeth to my Daughter Sarah Deuenport one 
Shilling Lawful money ; the ahovo said snmeH with whal thej haue had 

shall !).• ami is their Full Shear. 

I r iii. I do hereby (under and Bubject to the Terms under Writen) Gine 
and Bequeth to my Loueing Wife Anna Ware all mj Moueable Estate 
whatsoeuer and whersoeuer it may be found sin.- paying all my just Debts 
and Funeral Expence and tin' aboue Legaceas giuen to m\ Chfldren and 
Grandchildn 11. 

1 1 m. 1 do hereby constitute and apoynt my Loueing ^\' i t * ; Anna Ware 
Ezecutres and my son Nathaniel Ware Sen r Executer to this my last will 
and Testetnent. 

In Testimony whereof I the said Ebenezer Ware Si u r haue hereunto set 
my hand and seal the day and year first ahoiie writt. n. 



£ 



&»* 



S-n&e %*^(Seal) 



ied, sealed. Published and Decleared by the said 
Ebenezer Ware Sen 1 " as and for his last Will and 
Testeruent. 

In presence of us 

Aaron Smith 

Josah Newell jun r 

Joseph Gibbs. [Proved Feb. 10, 17 Go.] 

Children, all probacy by his first wife, born in Dedham :* 

i. Mary, 3 b. April 6, 1G91 ; | d. hefore 1754 ; % m. William (Benja- 
min, Samuel) Mills (b. May 2, 1G82). Children: 

1. John, Aue. 4, 1715. 

2. 117///.//,/. Nov. 5, 1718. 

3. Benjamin and Nathaniel, May 31, 1722. Nathaniel d. 

young. 

ii. M\i:rn \. Jan. 7, d. March 15, 1694-5. 
22. iii. Nathaniel, Jan. 28, 1G95-6; d. Oct. L2, 177u. Needham. 

iv. Martha, June 13. 1699; d. later than 1754 ; m. Juno 29. 1725, 
in Needham, " Lieut." Aaron Smith § (d. in N. April 15. 1776, 
aged 77 yrs.). 

v. Elizabeth, April 20, 1702; d. young. 

•Where the full date of l.irth is given, tin- came i-< mi tin- Dedham records. 

t" The Berth of my morther was In \ r yer L69I who was the dafter "i ' ! enezer ware 
Chisdal I749febmary 11." Mem" In- Wm. Mills, jr 

t Died certainly before her father and probably aoon after the birth of her twins, for 
"William Mills of Needham mar. Mary Watson of Roxbury June 17. 1724."— Roxbury 
Records. 

$In 1764, l.'.v. Samuel West, the yonng minister of the parish, write, of Mrs. ^mith 
as one " who possessed all the virtue-, which piety without refined education could tax- 
ni-h to a mind or person to whom nature had been peculiarly indulge] 

" In memory ot I Lieut. Aaron Smith I who died j Apr. »• 1 o"' L776 I aged 77 vrs." 
[Epitaph.] 

Hani • k, N". II. " I think there is little doubt that the families of Smiths, residing 
in this town, arc descendants of Lieut. Aarou Smith, who married a daughter of Eben- 
ezer Ware." LuTlll.li P. Eaton, 1839. 



( 



42 WARE GENEALOGY. 

vi. Elizabeth, March 16, 1704-5 ; d. before Sept. 17, 1754 ; m. 
first, April 23, 1730, in Needham, Moses, son of Dea. Timothy* 
and Sarah Kingsbury (b. Sept. 11, 1705, d. Feb. 21, 1730-31). 
Children : 

1. Mehitable or Meribath. 

2. Elizabeth. 

3. Abial, b. Feb. 24, 1730-1. 

Married second, May 30, 1732, Ezra Smith of Dedham. 

vii. Jemima, b. hbt. 1704-5, d. Feb. 3, 1779, " in her 75th year ; "f m. 
Mar-}. 22^ 1726-7, in Needham, " Capt." Timothy,* son of Dea. 
| Tii) ,,'a^d Sarah Kingsbury (b. Aug. 14, 1703, d. in Need- 
ham, JNov., 18, 1778, in his 76th year). 
/.Children : 

1. Jemima, Feb. 11, 1727 [-8]. 

2. Sarah, Feb. 20, 1731 [-2]. 

3. Timothy, March 4, 1734 [-5]. 
« 4. Moses, Aug. 3, 1736. 

g. Samuel, May 14, 1739 ; d. Oct. 12, 1756, 18th year. 

6. David, Aug. 6, 1742. 

7. Mary, Aug. 16, 1746. 

viii. Sarah, m. first in Needham, April 29, 1731, Joseph (John, 
Thomas) Davenport! (b. Aug. 30, 1701, d. March 12, 1752). 
Children, born in Newton : 

1. Sarah, March 30, 1732; m. Feb. 1757, Benjamin Mills. 

2. John, June 7, 1733 ; d. Feb. 1818. 

3. Abigail, b. and d. 1736. 

4. Benjamin, b. and d. 1738. 

5. Abigail, .Ian. 15, 1740; m. 1768, Michael Bright. 

6. Mary, March 30, 1742 ; m. Lyon. 

7. Benjamin, June 16, 1743 ; d. Dec. 28, 1833; mar. Jan. 

25, 1769, Sarah, of John and Esther Wilson of Ded- 
ham (b. Dec. 10, 1745; d. Nov. 16, 1821). 

8. Enoch, June 25, 1744; d. June 24, 1803. 

9. Martha, dune 12, 1746 ; m. March 4, 1775, Ebenezer Day, 

son of Jonathan and Hannah ( Battle) Day ; b. in Ded- 
ham, Oct. 12, 1748; d. in Needham; m. Nov. 26, 
1807, Nathaniel Talbot. 

Sarah m. second, Jan. 17, 1760, Nathaniel Richards of Dedham. 

* Timothy Kingsbury (Nathaniel, Joseph of Dedham, freeman, 1641). First town 
clerk of Needham; chosen deacon, May 17, 1720. 

fAs Jemima is mentioned after Elizabeth in her father's will, she may have been 
younger; and thus have died in her 73d and not in her 75th year. Rev. Samuel Man, 
in his will dated 1718, says: " To my niece Jemimah Ware I give the sum of ten 
pounds always provided that she live with my wife till she come to be eighteen years 
of age and serve her faithfully." She was born in 1704 or 1706. Inscription on her 
husband's tomb : " Death is a debt to Nature due, as I have paid it so must you." On 
her's: " The sweet remembrance of the just shall flourish when they sleep in dust." 
"In memoiy of the widow Jemima Kingsbury who departed this Life February 3d 
1779 in the 75th year of her age." 

JN. E. Hist. Gen. Register, xxxiii. 33. 



THIRD GENERATION. 



8. 

John 3 (John*), born in Dedham, June 17, 1C>70; died " Mar ye 
29 th 1751 in the 81"* year of his age." Buried at Wrentham Cen- 
tre. Married Jan. 14, 1695-6", Mehitable "Chaplen." She was 
probably daughter of William Chaplen, of Dorchester, who had be- 
sides other children, Mehetabel, born Feb. 22, 1G74-5. She died 
aged 75 years 1 month 3 days, on March 25, 1750. 



J*. 



V 




**3l> 



Children, born in Wrentham : 

23. i. WlLLIAM, 4 July 4, 1697; d. in Dighton, Mass., June 11, 1764. 
21. ii. John, May 7. 1700; <!. A j nil 24, 177."). 
25. iii. Moses, June 7. 1702. 

iv. Mary, Aug. 4, 170.5; <1. Jan. 5, 1799; m. in Norton. June 21, 
17.'!-_\ Seth, son of William (William, Thomas) ami Abigail 
(Tisdale) Makepiece (b. in Taunton, June 23, 1702. <1. 1749). 
Children, b. in Norton : 

1. Mary, Nov. 11. L783; m. 1 7a G, George Wetherell. No 

issue. 

2. Mehetabel, Oct. 8, 173.">; d. num. 

3. Ha,,, ml,. Sept 25, 1738; d. March 10, 17'.)."); 111. 17G1, 

William Wetherell (b. 1740, d. 1823). Six children. 

4. Abigail^ Aug. 26, 17 11 ; in. 1761, Elista ('apron. Five 

children. 

5. Sarah, July 8, 1744; d. July 11, 1799; unm. 

v. Barbareh, April 9, L708 ; stillborn. 

vi. Mehetible, Oct 6, L710; m. at W. May 20, 1786, William 

Maj (ancestor i>t' Hon. Seth May, Judge S. J. C Me.), 
vii. Bebeckah, between Dec. 3, 1716, and Feb. L5, 1716-17; m. at 

^y. Aug. 30, 17.".::. William Puffor, Jr. 
Children, b. in Wrentham : 

1. William, April 24, 1734 ; d. Jan. 1 I, 1809. 

2. Elijah, Aug. 8, L737. 

3. Johni Sept 24, L739. 

4. Rebeckah, \<.\. is, [741. 

5. Esther, June II. 17 11. 



44 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children of William and Rebeckah Puffor, b. in Norton : 

6. John, May 27, 1746. 

7. Timothy, April 19, 1748. 

8. Mehetabel, April 16, 1750. 

9. Mary, Feb. 21, 1752 ; m. David Cobb, of Hallowell, Oct. 

24, 1811. 
10. Benjamin, July 25, 1754. 

viii. Richard, Oct. 27, 1718 ; d. Sept. 7, 1719. 



9. 

Eltezer 3 (John" 1 ), born in Dedhara, Oct. 2, 1676; died in 
Wrentham, July 23, 1750, aged 74 [Hunt Family, page 310] ; 
"Lieut."; married Feb. 13, 1700-1, Mary, daughter of Daniel 
(Edward) and Abial (Gray) Hawes, of Wrentham (born in Ded- 
ham, Sept. 17, 1679, died April 2, 1768, aged "89 th y r ." Eleazer 
Ware made stocks in 1692. [Hist. Norfolk Co.] 

Will of Eleazer Ware. [Abstract.] 

Will dated July 16, proved Aug. 28, 1750. Eleazer Ware of Wrentham, 
Husbandman. To wife Mary " all my Household Goods and Indoor 
Movables " with the use of Dwelling House, " half my Homestead and 
half my pasture Land above Deacon Theodore Man's and also two Cows 
for her own proper Use during the time she remains my Widow. And 
if Providence should so Order it that she should be married to another 
Man," she shall " carry off of Indoor Moveables to the Value of twenty 
pound Lawfull Money." To son Eleazer certain lots of land, half the 
outdoor Moveables, wearing apparell, & Armour ; " also my Cane or walk- 
ing Staff " and £8 Lawfull Money. To son Daniel half the Homestead, 
half the outdoor moveables, half said Pasture land ; & the other half of said 
Pasture land, Homestead and dwelling house after his mother shall quit the 
same (provided he pay the legacies hereafter mentioned) ; half the wearing 
apparell & Armour." Legacies to daughters Mary Hewes ; Mercy Nichol- 
son ; Jerusha Day and her three children by her former husband, Jerusha, 
Samuel, and Abihal Kins ; to grandchildren Hezekiah & Abigail AVare 
" who now live with me," to be paid when they come of age ; to grand- 
children Elijah & Mary Ware. Eleazer Ware and Daniel Ware Executors. 

Witnesses : Theodore Man, Thomas Man, Jun r , John Messenger. 



£* 



Children, born in Wrentham: 

26. i. Eliezer, 4 Nov. 11, 1701 ; d. Julv 8, 1751. 
ii. Jerusha, Jan. 8, 1703-4; d. April 24, 1706. 

27. iii. Daniel, Nov. 2, 1706; d. March 17, 1769. 

iv. Mary, March 2, 1708-9 ; d. in Foxboro', Jan. 4, 1797 ; m. in W. 
Feb. 16, 1736-7, William Hewes (d. in Foxboro', Oct. 18, 1778). 



WARE GENEALOfiV. 15 

28. v. Hezekiab, April 17, 1711 ; d. Biaj 16, 1711, aged 81. 

vi. Jeeusha, June 28, 1711: m. Jul) 11, L 784, in Norton, Hezekiab 
Kin- (bj Rev. Joseph Aver} oi Norton) oi Norton (d. in Nor- 
ton. May 26, 17 11). 
Children, b. in Norton : 

1. Jerusha, An:. 81, L785 : d. Oct. L755, in Wrentham. 

2. Samuel, Sept. 81, 17-J7 [sic]. 

:;. Abiel, Jan. 6, I7.'!'.>-Ii) : d. Oct. 28, 17.5.5, in Wrentham. 

Jerusha m. second, April l, 1 7 12, in Norton, Jonathan (John, 
Ralph) Day of Norton (b. March 21, L 687, and d. June 7, L759). 
Child of Jonathan and Jerusha Day: 
1. Abigail, dan. 6, 17 1-'); probably in. Sept. 16, 17f>2, Sam- 
uel Hunt, of Norton, and d. Nov. 10, 1818, aged 7<>. 

Jerusha (Ware, Bong) Daj m. third, Oct 24, 17.59, 
Jonathan Clapp, of Wrentham. March 20, 1761, 
Samuel Bang (appointed administrator, Sept. 7. 17.59), 
Bettled the estate of Jonathan 1 >a\ , yeoman ; inventor} , 

£.'519.15.8. The widow, " now Jerusha Clapp," re- 
ceived one third ; only child, Abigail, two thirds. 

vii. Mercy, Feb. 15, 1 7 1 « ► ; d. in Wrentham, Aug. 2, 17*5; m. April 
22, 1742, Capt. John Nicholson. 

Child: 1. Elizabeth, Aug. 28, 174.5: d. March 5, 1784. 

viii. AsiAX (dau.), Aug. 19, 1719; d. March 27, 1740, unm. 

10. 

Joseph 3 (JbAw*), born in Wrentham, June 2, 1681-2; died in 
Sherborn, Jan. 26, 1754; married Jan. 5, 1708-9, Hannah Wood, 
daughter of Eliezer (Nicholas 1 ) and Dorothy Wood, of Sherborn 
(born Feb. 11, 1688-9, died March 4, 1754), and removed to the 
Wood farm in Sherborn. In 1710, with Joseph Morse, he built 
the first grist mill on Sewall's brook; the privilege is still in the 
family of Joseph. 3 He purchased half the Hull estate from Judith 
Cooper, daughter of Judge Sewall, and built upon it a house which 
is still standing. It was occupied in 1856 by Major Goulding, a 
descendant. In 1885, owned and occupied by Thomas Colford, an 
Irishman. II. Ware, Sen., was born in this house. Hannah Wood 
inherited half this farm. His slave Duty planted the gnat elm tree 
near the house, three-fourths of a mile south of Sherborn common. 
[Morse's Sherborn.] 

Children, born in Sherborn, were : 

i. Hannah, 4 Aug. 10, 1710; m. in Sherborn, Dec 27, 1753, 
Nathaniel Haven (of HopMnton ?), by Rev. Samuel Porter. 

ii. ZirroKAii, Nov. 22, 1712; m. Curtis Colliding. 



46 WARE GENEALOGY. 

iii. Abigail, April 27, d. May 6, 1715. 
29. iv. John, May 20, 1717; cl. Sept. 18, 1779. 
v. Eleazer, Nov. 3, 1719 ; d. Aug. 18, 1722. 
vi. Abigail, Jan. 7, 1722-3; d. March 1, 1788; m. Sept. 2, 1742, 
Nathaniel, son of Dea. Henry Prentice, of Cambridge (d. Jan. 
23, 1791 or 6, aged 81) ; settled on the S. quarter of the Hull 
farm in Sherburn ; " both of Sherborn." 
Children : 

1. Abigail, 1745. 2. Anne, 1747. 3. Benjamin, 1750. 4. 
Stephen, 1752. 5. Hannah, 1755. G. Hepzibah, 1758. 
7. Sarah, 1760. 

vii. Joseph, Aug. 3, 1725 ; d. March 31, 1743, unin. 

viii. Benjamin, April 18, 1730; d. Feb. 25, 1754; " Capt."; m. Jan. 
31, 1754, Mary Coolidge (James, John) (b. Jan. 7, 1731-2, d. 
March 11. 1813). No children. [She m. second, July 10, 1754, 
Samuel Bullard.] " Both of Sherborn." " Capt AVare was an 
able, enterprising man. He served as cornet of horse in an ex- 
pedition against the Indians, and was selectman eleven years. 
About 1710, he in company with Capt. Joseph Morse built the 
first grist mill on Sewall's brook, and his slave Duty, being a bet- 
ter miller than Capt. Morse could supply, secured him all the cus- 
tom, and induced my ancestor [Rev. Abner Morse, historian of 
Sherburn] to sell out, and the privilege has remained to this day 
in the family of Capt. Ware. The ancient Hull farm having 
descended through Hull's only daughter, Mrs. Judge Sewall, to 
her daughter Judith, wife of Rev. Dr. Cooper of Boston, Capt. 

Ware purchased of them for the S. E. half of the same, 

consisting of 250 acres, Richard Sanger purchasing at the same 
time for an equal sum the N. W. half. Capt. Ware proceeded 
immediately, it is believed, to erect the venerable mansion yet 
standing on the N. side of Sewall's brook, upon the W. side of 
the road to E. Medway, known by the magnificent elm planted 
about the same time by his slave Duty ; moved into it, and there 
spent the remainder of his days. His remains were interred in 
the desecrated burying ground at the S. end of Sherburn, where 
his elegant headstone may be found lying in the vicinity of the 
grave, if not yet thrown into Charles River." [Morse's Sher- 
born.] 



11. 

Benjamin 3 (John*), born in Wrentham, July 8, 1688; died 
there July 16, 1744. The first physician in Wrentham. One of 
the subscribers to Prince's Annals. [See articles in Hist. Gen. 
Register.] He married first, May 21, 1730, Zubiah* Billings, of 

*The Intentions of Benjamin and Zebiah -were recorded 15 Nov., 1729; they were 
m. by Jonathan Ware, J. P. Zubiah was daughter of Ebenezer (Ebenezer, Roger) and 
Jerusha Billings, b. Oct. 22, 1711- Her sister Jerusha, h. Aug. 9, 1705, in. Sept. 26, 17 3, 
Cornelius Kollock. Their son Cornelius, b. 1724, m. Sarah, dau. of Rev. Mr. Messin- 



\S ARE GENEALOtiV. 47 

Stoughton, died in Wrentham, Dec. 1, 1738. Buried at Wrentham 
Centre. 
Child: 

i. .Ii.ki -.11 \." .Inly IS, 1730 J .1. Oct 28, 1719; m. Jan. 11, 1745-6, 

Seth Brewster, in Wrentham. 

1 >r. Ware married second. May 14, 1741, Mrs. Melatiah (Fisher) 
Ware, widow of Jonathan 3 (Robert*), who had died April l'u, 1740. 
( Ihildren : 

ii. Son, Btillborn, Jan. 20, 1742-3. 

iii. Benjamin, Maj L5, d. Oct. 31, 1744, "5 m's, 16 days." 

[Mrs. Melatiah Ware married third, in Wrentham, July 15, 
174. r >, Epbraim Leonard.] 

Will dated June 14, proved July 31, 1744. Benjamin Ware, 
" Practitioner of Physickof Wrentham," to wife Melatiah, "what 
Indoor Moveables she brought with her;" one third part of per- 
sonal estate forever; one third part of real estate and "Income of 
my part of a Grist Mill So long as she remains my Widow." To 
"nephew Cornelius Collock Student in Phvsick and now under my 
care all my P>ooks of Physick and Surgery." To only son Benjamin 
"all my Homestead" and certain specified lots of land "and my 
part in the Grist Mill alter the thirds are quitted by his Mother 
and also one hundred Pounds [old tenor] for his bringing up more 
than his Sister (he being an Infant)." Kest of personal estate to 
be equally divided between Jerusha and Benjamin. Jerusha to have 
the remaining part of all real and personal estate and moveables, 
and all Benjamin's share if he dies before coming of age. Brother 
Capt. Joseph Ware of Sherburn, executor. Witnesses: Ebenezer 
Cowell, William Butler, Jr., Ebenezer Fisher. 

12. 

X \tii axiei/ (Nathaniel*), born in Wrentham, August 6, 1G97 ; 
died there March 4, 1781, aged 83; buried at Wrentham Centre; 

ger, :ni>l '1. .i:m 22, 17." l. Physician. Jerusha is mentioned by Madam Enight, who 
stopped ;>t her father's house on her journey from Boston to New 3 "rk. 

il K i >lli irk. brother of Cornelius, w:is i>. Aug. is, 1726 ; Lemnel, Sept, 6, 1 7 J s . 

•• Capt. Ebenezer Billings through his father became an owner of a large tract of 
land in Sharon and Foxboro', and it is supposed that he built the first house in the 
Dorchester New Grant. It was on the road ot path to Bristol and Providence, and 
was kept as a Tavern. His family, five or six Bona Bettled around him, as they became 
of age. He died Feb. 26, 1717-8. His widow Hannah survived him 12 or 15 y< 
Ebenezer, hi~ son, seems to have had the homestead and lived with lii-^ father; he «a> 

b Jnh 13, 1677, and m. Jerusha , the time I have not fo 1 recorded. I < 1 > > not 

find the record of the birth of but two children : Jerusha, b. Aug. 9? 1705, Zebiah, b. 
< let 22, 1711. ■ ■ and tin- re may have been others. 

Jerusha m. Cornelius Collicz (later, Koll< t. 26, 1723, and their son Cornelius 

was b. 1724, month and day not given. Tradition makes Collick a sea captain, and 
that he found his future « ife in the daughter of the tavern beeper where he Btopped on 
his way across the country from Bristol to Boston." [Newton Talbot. 1- 



48 WARE GENEALOGY. 

" Capt." ; married Jan. 25, 1726 [-7] , Priscilla, daughter of " Benj. 
and Presilia" Grant, born at Wrentham, Dec. 20, 1701. She 
died May 3, 1788, in 87th year. 

The commission of Nathaniel Ware, gentleman, to be Captain of 
y e Second Company in the Fourth Regiment, was signed by W. 
Shirley in 1746. NathanieP's house in Wrentham was built 1674; 
repaired 1716. After the notice of a "general muster" at Ded- 
ham in 1713 is written in NathanieP's hand: " Nathaniel Ware 
jr. was 16 years, 1 month and two days old, and was at said general 
muster." [E. A. Parks.] 



Nathanil Ware's Book of accounts of what he has given to his Children 
first and Last on Portion account Anno Dom : 1752 &c. 

Given to my son Benjamin Ware on Portion account 

50 acres of Land in his home Lott 

Valued at, in old Teuor 
20 acres at my wood lott 
7 acres of meadow & upland an in and 

near my House Lott 
2 acres by the Dig'd way 
Gave in mony, by the Hands of 

m r Dupee & John Ruggels 
Gave by Will 



Total in old Tenor 
Equal in Lawfull mony to 
1773 

Gave more to Benj. old Tenor 



Given to my Daughter Mary 
Haws on Portion account when 
married &c. in y e year 1752 

in old Tenor 

In Brass Ware 

In Puter Ware 

In Iron Ware 

In Wooden Ware 

2 Bead Steads & Beading 

2 Cow Kind, & 5 Lambs 

in Sundry small things 

In a Side Sadie 

and by Will in a Legacy 

Total in old Tenor 
Equal in Lawfull mony to 



£ 250 
220 


s. 




22 

7 


10 
10 


70 
30 





600 
£80 






100 






Sum total in old Tenor 700 



24 


11 


13 


10 


27 


14 


38 


12 


116 


12 


43 


10 


10 


11 


25 





90 





390 





52 






WAKK (IKNF.VLOOY. 



49 



( S-iven to my Daughter Bety 
Ware on Portion account, out 
of my Temporal Estate, in y e yearj 
26 acres of Land bj 1 teed, on the 
East aide of mill Brook at the 
Wood Lot! valued al 

and 20 acres of pine Li 
wc-t of Sorrow-mead< 

in mony now 

to Receve here after by ) 
way of Legacy j 



176' 



and ) 
low j 



Equal in Lawful 

17 70. 



total 
mony to 



£ 95 




95 




50 






( )1.1 Tenor 


150 




890 




£ 52 





( riven to my Daughter Keziah 
Everel on Portion account out 
of my Estate in the year 17.").") 
Bra-- Ware 

Puter Ware 

Iron Ware 

Wooden Ware 

One case of Draw - 

2 Bead Steads, & Beading 

in-several ( Sow Blind and ) 

Sheep, lir-t and Last j 
in Sundry small things 

Total in Old Tenor 
Equal in Law full mony to 
to Receve bj will by will hereafter &c. 

Total in Lawful! mony 

ii to iu\ Son I )avid Ware 
by Died, Several parcels of Land 
in the year L767 as pari of his Portion 
20 acres of meadow and upland 
in my home Lotl valued at 

and •")•'; acres on y' wesl side 1 
of y' Brook at the w I Lott j" 

and a Righl in the Tow n Ship [ 
of Whiting on Otter (rick j 

and to lo ceve here after j 
by a Legacy iVe. j 

Total in Lawful! mony 

Equal in old Tenor to 
L772 to David in old Tenor 

Sum Total 



23 


14 


8 


11 


14 





22 


1 


n 


26 


16 





ia 








111 


16 





86 


9 


6 


4 


9 


6 


300 








40£ 




I2i 







52£ 



37 


4 


' 81 


4 


8 


12 


8 


o 


£ 80 


(i 


£ 600 





50 


o o 


650 






60 


6 


35 


7 


13 


6 


9 


8 


57 


7 


30 





4 


6 


300 





£ 40 





12 






50 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Given to my Daughter Abigail 

Wight on Portion account 

in the year 1763 in old Tenor 

In 40 boilers in mony £ 90 

2 Bead Steads & Beading 
Wooden Ware 
Iron Ware 

Puter and Brass Ware 
in Cow Kind &c 
by an order of m r Kollock 
in sundry small things 

Total in old Tenor 
Total in Lawfull mony 
more by a Legacy 

total 52 

Given to my daughter Beriah, 

Bacon in the year 1764 on Portion 

account, in old Tenor 

In Brass and Puter Ware 
In Iron Ware 
In Wooden Ware 
In a Bead Stead & Beading 
In 31 Dollers in mony 
In a Case of Draws 
In a Cow 

In sundry small tilings 
in mony by Sam 11 King 

total in old Tenor 
Equal in Lawfull mony to 
more by a Legacy 

total in Lawfull mony to 52 

Given to my son Josiah Ware 
on Portion account by his Trade 

and one year of his time before 1769 

he arived to the age of 21 years 26 13 4 

and by a Legacy or by Will 44 

and to give him in mony 
Exclusive of any Legece &c 9 6 8 

total 80 

Equal in old Tenor to £ 600 

Jan. 10 1770 Then gave to 

Josiah the above said 9 6 8 

Lawfull mony 



£ 


s. d. 


31 


12 


29 





37 





41 





69 


15 


15 





27 





9 


18 


39 





300 





40 





12 






WABE GENEALOGY. 51 

The above sum of £26 l'i 1 in 

old Tenor is £200 & 

the above sum of £ I I in 

old Tenor is 880 i' ^v 

the : 1 1 ►< > \ e sum of £9 6 8 in 

old Tenor is i.'7U 

It is proposed, according to the above 
mentioned accounts that my 
Children arc to Receve the Following 
Sums of mony on Portion account 

Benjamin £ 4 

Mary 12 

Bety 20 

Keziah L2 Lawful rnony. 

David 8 

Abigail 12 

Beriah 12 

.losiah ! 1 



Total 124 

Equal in old Tenor to 980 

Which is abouffht 413 Dollers. 



- 



A will of Nathaniel 3 is still in existence, dated 1767, but on- 
signed. He mentions his wife Priecilla, sons Nathaniel, Benjamin, 
David and Josiah; daughters .Mary Haws, Bety Ware, Keziah 
Everet, Abigail Wight, Beriah Bacon. The legacies which he 
haves his children appear (from the above mentioned "Book of 
Accounts of what he has given to his Children on Portion account, 
1752," &C.), to be intended to make up each daughter's portion to 
" £390 in old Tenor, Equal in Lawful] money to £52." Benjamin's 
share, £700; David's, £650; Josiah's,' £600==£80 lawful money. 

After the death of their mother in 1788, Nathaniel, Benjamin and 
David Ware, Elias Bacon, Joseph Wight and Kezia Everet, widow, 
agree to settle the estate, although "Josiah Ware and .Mary Haws 
widow are out of the Commonwealth." 

( 'hildren, horn in Wrentham : 

30. i. Benjamin, 4 Jan. 30, L727[-8] ; d. May 8, 1810. 

ii. Mart, June 28, 1730; m. June 11, 1752, Timothy, son of Daniel 
and Beriah (Man) Hawes (Daniel. Daniel, Edward), 1>. .June 
21, 1722, d. 177::. .Mary (Ware) Hawes d. at Whiting, Vt. 
Their dau., Mary Hawes, b. Dec. 9, 1760, at Wrentham; m, 
17s.". or 6, Gideon (Stephen, John, Sedgwick) Hoxie, of Milt on, 
Vt., 1). Sept. 9, 1759 : d. June I I. 1836. 

"The town of Whiting, Vermont, was chartered in 1763, to 
Col. John Whiting of Wrentham, Mass., and the settlers re- 
turned to Wrentham during the Revolutionary War, at the close 
of which they returned to their Whiting homes ; among them 



52 WARE GENEALOGY. 

came Ebenezer Wheelock and wife, Hawes, daughter of 

Timothy and Mary (Ware) Hawes, and later on came widow 
Mary Ware Hawes, and several of her children, among thetn 
Mary, who afterwards married Gideon Hoxie 

Ebenezer Wheelock was chosen delegate to the Convention 
for revising the Constitution. He was for four years Councellor 
of the State, several years war representative at the General 
Assembly, and in 1724 had been Justice of the Peace for thirty- 
four years." — Mrs. Horace H. Dyer, Rutland, Vt., 1897. 

Children : 
Prude, Pace, Keziah, all under 14 in 1773, at their father's 
death. 

iii. Betty, May 18, 1733; d. April 4, 1780, aged 46, unm. 

iv. Keziah, March 14, 1735-6; d. in Foxboro', April 4, 1824; m. 
Oct. 22, 1755, in W., Joseph Everett, tanner (d. in Foxboro', 
Sept. 17, 1785). He was b. probably 1732-3; was son of 
Joseph and Hannah Richards (Dea. John, Capt. John, Richard). 
Hon Edward Everett's father was Oliver (Eben, Dea. John). 
Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale was Hon. Edward's sister. 
[William Everett, 1886.] 
Children : 

1. Tryphena, Sept., 1764; m. Jacob Balcom (d. in Attle- 

boro', June 8, 1857, aged 92. 9). 

2. George, June 2, 1780; d. Nov. 3, 1783, at Foxboro'. 

v. David, May 24, 1738; d. Jan. 22, 1804 in W., unm. "He was 
taken ill riding home from church on horseback and was assisted 
to the house of a neighbor on the way where he died soon 
after." [L. L. W.] 

vi. Abigail, Dec. 15, 1740; m. June 9, 1763, Joseph Wight, of a 
place called Otice Field in the county of Cumberland, Yeoman." 
Abigail (Ware) Wight d. March 19* 1799. Joseph Wight was 
son of Jonathan (Jonathan, Henry, Thomas) and Jemima 
(Whiting) Wight (b. Dec. 29, 1729, d. Oct. 20, 1804. 
(" Wights.") Both died in Otisfield. 

Children, b. in Wrentham (Abigail was the 2d wife) : 

1. Benjamin, Sept. 20, 1764; d. Feb. 10, 1853, in Ohio. 

2. Abigail, May 31, 1767. 

3. James, March 21, 1769; d. Oct. 12, 1853. 

4. Thomas, b. Aug. 19, 1771 ; d. Dec. 11, 1860. 

5. Nathan, Oct. 23, 1773; d. July 22, 1854. 

6. Warren, Oct. 1, 1778; d. in W. July 14, 1781. 

7. Jonathan, Sept. 7, 1783 ; d. March 1, 1869. 

For descendants, see " The Wights," by W. W. Wight. 

vii. Beriah (dau.), Jan. 13, 1742-3 ; m. July 12, 1764, Elias Bacon, 
" gentleman." 

Children, b. in W. : 

1. Beria, Aug. 16, 1765. 

2. Pattee, Feb. 18, 1767. 

3. Alfred, Oct. 30, 1768. 



wakk QBNBALOG1 . 53 

81. viii. N\T!r\Mi:i., Jan. 14, 17M[-5]; d. Juno 10, 1888. 
.'J2. i.\. JOBLA.H, M;irch 12, 1 717— b. 



13. 

Beriah 1 (Nathaniel?), born in Wrentham, Nov. 7, 1701 ; died 
there Feb. 17, 17.M>. Ensign Beriah was the first person that 

was hurried in the hurrying place on the Great Plain."* Married 

dan. ."), L731— 2, Hannah Ileaton (daughter of Nathaniel and 

Meriah), horn Sept. 28, L807, at Wrentham. 

Will <>i Bebi \h Wake. 

Will dated Nov. •">. L765 ; proved April 2. 17~>C,. Beriah Ware of 
Wrentham, Gent. To wife Hannah use of one Third part of Real Estate 
while sin; remains my Widow, also tin Negro man Pomp, one Third of 
wearing apparel and one Third of rest of personal Estate. Also sole Ex- 
ecutrix (with sou Pelatiah). To sun Beriah £6. L3. 1 when be shall be 
21, also one Third of wearing apparel anil one sixth of real & Personal es- 
tate. To daughters Abigail, Hannah. Margaret ami Unity Ware each one 
Sixth of Real A. Persona] Estate. To son Pelatiah one Third of wearing 
apparel and one sixth of Real and Personal Estate. Witnesses : Joseph 
Ware. .John Metcalf, Ebenezer Cowell. 

Children, born in Wrentham : 

33. i. Pel \ i t \u. 4 Dec. 24, 1732. To New BraintreePf 
ii. Ann; \n., Nov. 0, 1735. 

iii. Hawaii. April 21, 1730; d. at Hancock, N. H., 1836, aged 97, 
in the house of her daughter, Mrs. Clarke ; mar. in Wrentham, 
dune 1 I. 1 7">x, Warham Warner of Hardwick, Mass., son of 
Eleazer and Prudence (Barnes) Warner; b. Hardwick, Nov. 1, 
1730; d. Dec. 1, 1817; lived in New Braintree. He is said to 
have hem the first white child horn in New Braintree, in the 
part now Hardwick. 

Children of Warham and Hannah (Ware) Warner, bom in 
Hardwick, Mass. : 

1. WiUard, b. May 2'.), 17-">9 ; d. 1854. 
•J. Maribel, Mar. 29, L761 ; d. v. 

3. Noah, b. Sep! 12. 1762; d. 20 Jan. 1859. 

4. Beriah, Apr. 2. 17*>1 ; d. y. 

5. Unity, May 8, L76f. ; mar! Dr. Fletcher. 
0. /.''iris, .May 22, 17G8. 

7. Royal, b. April 30, 1770; d. 2 1 September, L854. 

8. Hannah, Julj 1, 1772; mar. John Smith. 1793. 

• Cemetery at the " North Plain," Wrentham. 

t \< « Braintree records, among others : " Pel.itiali Ware m. Rebecca Blair, both of 
X. 15., Dec. '-'7. 1768;" child Lrdia b. March 7. L760, "mar. War. 10, 17s:.. Jonaa 
Bigelow, both of N. K." " Dr. PercivaJ Hall & M I Ware both of N. B. m. Maj 

10 1701." " Samuel Warner & Unity Ware both of N. B. mar. April 11, 1769." 



54 WARE GENEALOGY. 

9. Justus, June 11, 1774; d. in Hardwick, 8 Dec, 1866. 

(1.) His son, Franklin S., 6 born in Burlington, Vt., 
was a Southern planter and Colonel ; died Dec. 25, 
1865, aged 66. 

10. Susan, Oct. 30, 1776; d. in Compton, C. E., Dec. 8, 

1863 [Nov., Hist. H] ; mar. June 17, 1798, Thomas, 
son of Timothy (Christopher, Nathaniel) and Mary 
(Foster) Paige (b. Hardwick, Apr. 20, 1772; d. Jan. 
16,1855). Ten children. 

11. Samuel, Aug. 22, 1778. 

12. Sally, July 18, 1781; d. July 1, 1865; mar. 1803 (as 

2d wife) Ninian, son of William (Robert) Clark of 
Hancock, N. H. (b. in N. Boston ; mar. Oct. 7, 1770 ; 
d. Apr. 26, 1844.) Eight children. 

13. Prudence, b. July 27, 1784; mar. Daniel Record of 

Barre ; d. in H., Apr. 8, 1876. 

34. iv. Beriah (son), Jan. 30, 1742[-3]. 

v. Margaret, Feb. 7, 1745 [-6] ; mar. Dr. Percival Hall, May 10, 
1764, both of N. B. 

1. Jairus, Mar. 5, 1765. 

2. Sewall, Apr. 15, 1767. 

3. Timothy Ware, May 12, 1769. 

4. Jeffries, Dec. 1, 1771. 

5. Sophia, Mar. 5, 1774. 

6. Bradshaw, Jan. 23, 1778. 

7. Betsey, Feb. 29, 1780. 

8. Nabby, July 26, 1786. Removed to Boston abt. 1800. 

See Hist. Hancock, p. 796. 

vi. Uxity, Nov. 18, 1748 ; m. Apr. 19, 1769 (Int. Apr. 11), Samuel 
"Warner, both of N. B. ; he was son of Eleazer (b. 7 
Oct., 1739). 



14. 

Josiah {Nathaniel 2 ), born in Wrenthara, Mar. 21, 1707 ; died 
in Needham, July 3, 1798, " ag. 91 yr. " Moved to Needham 
" soon after reaching the age of 2 1 ; purchased a tract of unculti- 
vated land, and commenced farming." Photographs of the house in 
which he lived (Nos. 445, 446) may be obtained of Holmes Bros., 
19 Main Street, Charlestown, Mass. Married first, Jan. 7, 
1741-2, Lydia Mackentyre (died Nov. 11, 1748) ; he married 
/second, April 12, 1750, Dorothy Dewing (died Jan. 26, 1756), — 
"both of Needham." He married third, October 27, 1757, Mrs. 
Mehitable Whitney (died May 21, 1761), "both of Needham." 
He married fourth, April 19, 1764, Mrs. Sibel Robinson, also of 
Needham, who died June 8, 1816, "ag. 86 y." [Old Cemetery, 
Wellesley, Mass.]. 



WAKF. (JKNEALOGY. 55 

Children of Josiah and Lydia, horn in Xeedham: 

85. i. Josiah,* Sept. 15, bapt Sept l:», 1742; -1. Oct 22, 1886. 

ii. Ei. i.i \n. Feb. 7, bapt Feb. 18 ; "privatim quia valde aegrotui est"; 

d. Feb. 19. 17 1 1. 
iii. Li in \. May •">. 17 1">; bapt May 19, " mane et privattm ; (Lin 
Weston, ; in. St])t. 1, L766, Solomon Flagg of Weston. 

Children : 

1. EZiska, Nov. 10, 1767. 

2. /.;/<fia, duly 8, 1771. 
8. Solomon, Feb. 18, 1 774. 

4. Sibel, Oct 20, 1776. 

5. &%, Oct 2, 1780. 
G. Poffy, June 1, 1784. 

36. iv. Elijah, Sept. 30, 17 17, bapt Oct. 4; d. Jan. 30, 1817. 

Children of Josiah and Dorothy :- 

37. v. As.v. March 5, 1750-1, bapt Apr. 1, " privattm (/uia non valuit ; " 

d. May 9, 1832. 
vi. DOROTHT, Ma\ 16, 1752, bapt May 24; d. 1815; m. July 4, 
1792, Josiah Hall of Wrentham. No issue. 

38. vii. Joseph, Oct. 15, 1753, bapt Oct, 17 j d. Nov. 12, 1805. 
.'. viii. Daniel, May 19, 1755; d. Oct 20, 1819. "Esq." 

Children of Josiah and Mehitable : 

ix. Mliiitakli:, ( 'nt/icrine in Church Record, bapt. Sept 10; Aug- 
31, 1758; d. 1835; m. May 10, 1780, in Stow, Abraham Whit- 
ney, Jr., son of Abraham and Mercy Whitney of Stow (b. Jan. 
3, 1754). 

x. William, July 19, 1760 ; bapt. July 27 ; d. Sept. 24, 1762. 



15. 

Samuel' {Nathaniel*) t born in Wrentham, Feb. 8, 1716-7; 
removed to X<w Braintree ; in 1871 to Conway, Mass., where he 
died, Jan. 5, 1806, at the "breaking of day," aged 89. A fanner 
and deacon. "He resided on E. side of the river, now New Brain- 
tree, and was deacon in X. 15. church. " (Hist. Ilardwick. ) "Dea- 
con Samuel Ware and his wife Hannah received from the church in 
N. B., June 8, 1781." (Conway record.) Married first, .July 
24, 1745, Anna Goodale (horn L710, died May 7, 1756, aged 15); 
married second, Nov, 3, 1757, in X. Braintree, Hannah (Billings) 
Belding (horn in Ilardwick, Sept. 2.'5, 172-1, died in < 'onway. 
March II (Feb. 25, Conway Record), 1814, in her '.Kith year. 
Hannah married 1st, Jan. 2, L745— 6, Silas Belding (d. Oct, 1, 
1756, ag. 39). 



56 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children, all by first wife, born at New Braintree : 

40. i. Samuel, 4 " Friday," May 9, 1746 ; d. Dec. 5, 1829. 

41. ii. Jonathan, July 12, or "June 12, Friday," 1747; d. Feb. 9, 

1829. 
iii. Timothy, " Monday," Jan. 23, 1748-9. Killed by lightning, 
June 11, 1769, " in his 21st yr.," " in his father's house during 
family prayers on a Sabbath evening." [From a small note 
book by Samuel 3 continued by Jonathan. 4 ] 

42. iv. Jesse, July 31, 1750 ; bapt. at Hardwick, 9 Sept. ; d. Oct. 

1829 ; m. April 12, 1774, Anna Woods. 
v. Mary, " Waddensday," Dec. 25, 1751 ; d. Saturday, Aug. 13, 
1785, in her " 34th yr." ; m. May 17, 1773, Thomas Fletcher, 
" both of New Braintree." 
vi. Elizabeth, "Monday," April 14, 1755; d. March 26, 1831, in 
Westhampton, Mass. ; m. Feb. 24, 1780, Aaron, son of Jona- 
than (Josiah, Josiah, Anthony) and Mehetabel (Metcalf) 
Fisher (b. in Dedham, March 3," 1756; d. Nov. 22, 1839). 3 
children, b. in Westhampton: Aaron, 1780; Milton, 1782, d. 
young ; Anthony, 1784 ; Grace, 1786 ; Milton, 1792 ; d. young. 
Maj. Aaron Fisher was a member of the convention that met in 
Boston, January, 1788, to ratify the constitution of the United 
States. He was always proud of having been one of the major- 
ity of nineteen. At marriage was of N. Braintree. 
Children : 

1. Aaron, Nov. 17, 1780; m. Feb. 18, 1811, Emma Joy 

(b. Norwich (Huntington) Mass. Feb. 7, 1783 ; d. 
Feb. 16, 1869.) A farmer ; d. Apr. 19, 1863, 82 yrs. 

2. Milton, Sept. 20, 1782 ; drowned May 31, 1786. 

3. Anthony, June 21, 1784; d. Jan. 9, 1868. Farmer; 82. 

4. Grace, Nov. 17, 1786 ; d. Aug. 22, 1811 ; 24 yrs. 

5. Milton, Aug. 30, 1792 ; d. Sept. 14, 1792. 

16. 

Ebenezer 3 {Robert 2 ), born in Dedham, March 15, 1677-8; 

died at Wrentham, April 26, 1750; married Bathyah ; (died 

in W., Jan. 6, 1662, in her 81st year). This branch lived chiefly 
in the northern part of Wrentham, now Norfolk. 

Children, all born in W. : 

43. i. Ebenezer, 4 May 16, 1709; d. Jan. 25, 1764. 

44. ii. Eliphalet, March 25, 1711 ; d. Nov. 28, 1779.* 

iii. Beth yah, Aug, 31, 1713 ; she d. June 1, 1775, at W. ; m. Jan. 
24, 1737[-8], Caleb Day. She d. at Wrentham, June 1, 1775. 
Caleb (John, John, Ralph) Day (b. April 9, 1711, was living 
Aug. 17, 1775). 
Children : 

1. Esther, Nov. 26, 1739; unm. 

* Nathan« Ware, Jr., said that Eliphalet 4 had a twin named Oliver. 



w \i;k GENEALOGY. 57 

2. Bethiah, Sept 10, 17 i:j ; unm. 

•;• • / . i : s ''r / '' . I Feb. 18, 1 7 is ; children. 
I, Benjamin, \ 

.'>. Jesse, Oct. 11. 17.")l ; children; m. Wr. 13 Sept., 1778, 

Eliz. ( rordon. 

>M5. iv. Elibha, March 21, 1715; d. .Inly 18, 1796. 

v. Jonathan, Biarch 16, 1717. •• Probably went to the war; dog a 

cellar for his house, I hi t never returned to build it." " Died of 

sickness at Canterhook, when he was coming home from the 
army that went againsl Crown Point, Nov. L9, L755." Thia 

extract from the Wrenthain records must refer to tins Jonathan. 
(and not to No. 19), although his relatives said nothing was 
ever heard of him after be went to the war. •• An old lady 
one- told me about Jonathan 1 Ware : He was a young farmer, 
who at the proper time became engaged to a young lady with a 
view to marriage. He selected a building site upon a pleasant 
knoll of ground at the foot of which was a spring of water; the 
location, which was a beautiful one, was near the line between 
Wrenthain and Medlield. lie be^an to di<j his cellar, but be- 
fore it was completed the [Revolutionary] War broke out. 
Jonathan Ware was a patriot, and entered the service, but never 
returned. The old lady's story interested me greatly and I 
visited the place where Jonathan's hands had thrown up the 
earth." [Eugene L. W., Omaha, Neb., Feb. 18, 1886. 

vi. Silence, dune .">, d. July 21, 1719. 

vii. Ruth, Oct. 14, 1720; m. Nov. 20, 1759, Eleazer Partridge. 

Fiji, Dinah, Aug. 5, 1722; m. Feb. 12, 1746-7, Samuel Clark of 
.Medlield. 



. 17 - 

Robert 3 ( Robert 1 ), horn in Wrentliam, Dec. 6, 1680 ; died there 
Jan. 9, 1731-2, in his 52d year. "Mr. Robert Ware died 1727; 
married in 1709 ; had 7 sons and 2 daughters ; his posterity to 1821, 
507. Erected by Elias Ware'", Grandson of the Deceased'' [tomb- 
stone] ; married March 1, 1810-11, Elizabeth, daughter of Jona- 
than and Elizabeth (Hawes) AVight (born in W., June 2< s , 1692; 
died Sept. 5, lTf'.'. 1 , in her 78th year); buried at North Plain. 
Jonathan Wight was son of Henry (Thomas) and .lane (Goodnow) 
Wight. In the list of the members of the Second Military Com- 
pany of Wrenthain, dated 1746, the names of all the seven sons of 
Robert appear; Robert as "Military Clerk." 

Children, born in W. : 

46. i. Robekt, 4 Nov. 27. 1711. 

ii. Eliz Af.i.rn, Oct. 21, 1713; m. in W., Nov. 11, 17.'!.'), Samuel 
Hancock ? 

7. iii. Tn IT, Dec. 23, 171') ; d. Nov. 30, 1794. 

48. iv. Joseph, Jan. 23, 17 17 [-8] ; d. Sept. 1. 1811. 



. 



58 WARE GENEALOGY. 

49. v. Jonathan, May 8, 1720 ; d. Sept. 3, 1775. 

50. vi. Henry, April 20, 1722 ; d. Feb. 6, 1776. 
vii. Sarah, June 7, 1724 ; d. March 9, 1724-5. 

51. viii. Thomas, Oct. 4, 1725; d. Nov. 14, 1761. 

52. ix. Ichabod, June 1, 1728 ; d. Oct. 24, 1810. 
Jemima, May 17, 1731 ; m. Dec. 13, 1756, in W., Amos Cheever. 



x. 



18. 

Michael 3 (JRoberf), born in Wrentham, ' June 11, 1683 ; died 
Sept. 21, 1725; married Dec. 4, 1707, Jane, daughter of Jona- 
than, son of Henry (Thomas) and Jane (Goodnow) Wight and 
Elizabeth (Hawes) Wight (born Sept. 6, 1688).* His widow 
married second, Daniel Hawes, Dec. 2, 1734; she died April 26, 
1754, in her 66th year. A Daniel Hawes died Jan. 15, 1763. 

Children : 

i. ' Jean, 4 Dec. 16, 1710 ; m. July 30, 1729, John Fairbank. 

ii. Margaret, Oct. 21, 1712; m. Jan. 29, 1734[-5], Eleazer (El. 
Mich. Mich.) Metcalf (b. Nov. 21, 1710, d. Aug. 10, 1742, in 
his S2d year. Eli, Eunice, Jeremiah, Margaret. Margaret 
(Ware) Metcalf m. second, April 1. 1761, Ezra, son of Robert 
(Daniel) and Joanna (Lawrence?) Pond. " She was probably 
the widow Margaret that died at Franklin, Nov. 22, 1807." 

iii. Hepzibah, Nov. 22, 1714; m. Dec. 29, 1730, Leonard Fisher. 

iv. Esther, Dec. 3, 1716 ; m. in W., Feb. 8, 1737-8, Ezra Blake. 

v. Mehitable, March 24, 1719[-20] ; d. March 8, 1722-3. 

vi. Phozbe, Feb. 25, 1720-1 ; d. June 28, 1768 ; m. March 26, 
1747, Elisha, son of Ichabod (Robert, Daniel) and Milcah 
(Farrington) Pond (b. at Franklin, March 25, 1725 ; d. May 
30, 1796), (he m. second, Melatiah Cheever). Phebe joined 
Franklin church "by profession," in April, 1741. 
Children of Elisha and Phoebe Pond : 

1. Abiathar, Sept. 24, 1747 ; d. Apr. 2, 1834, Keene, N.H. ; 

wife, Experience Daniels. 

2. Elisha, Feb. 21, 1748-9; d. Dec. 21, 1807, Franklin. 

Physician ; wife Olive Dean. Four of Elisha and 
Phoebe's children died young (b. 1752-7). 

3. Zebina, Sept. 13, 1759. 

4. Apollos, June 12, 1764; d. May 29, 1831; mar. first, 

Julietta Daniels ; second^ in 1807, Phebe Thayer of 
Milford. [See Pond Family.] 

53. vii. Jabez, Feb. 28, 1722 ; d. June 28, 1805. 

54. viii. Michael, Dec. 5, 1725. 

*" She may have been the daughter of Jonathan Wight, as in 1764 she joined with 
other heirs in selling estate of ' their father,' Jonathan Wight, of Wrentham." He 
was, of course, her grandfather. [Suffolk Deeds, Lib. 102, fol. 247. Pond Family, 
p. 26.] 



WARE OKNKAUXJV. . r /J 



19. 

Jonatiivn" 1 ( Hubert*), luini in W rentham, Feb. 28, L686-7 ; 
died April 20, 1740, in his 54th year. He was appointed in L705 
to be a teacher " at Ebenezer Ware's, No 16." "Firsl Justice of 
the Peace in Wrentham." Married Jan. L3, 1731-2, Melatiah, 
dau. ol Eleazer (Sam., Thomas) and Abigail, dan. of Ellis Fisher 
(b. at Wrentham, Oct. 6, L705?) (His vridow married second, 
May 14, 1741, Benjamin 1 (John") Ware, who died July 16, 1744. 

She married third, July 1">, L745, Kphraim Leonard.) 

Will dated April 11. proved May 9. 1740. I Jonathan Ware, Ksq r give 
to Meletiah my dearly beloved Wife whom I likewise constitute Sole Ex- 
ecutrix all my .Moveable Estate both within Doors & without to lie at her 
own disposal forever. I do also give to her the use of the whole of my 
Real Estate during the whole term of time she shall remain my Widow. 
And further my will is that my two sons Jonathan & Meletiah have all my 
Real Estate after the term of time is expired that my Wife is to have the 
Profit of it to be equally divided betwixt them. Witnesses: Joshua Fair- 
hank, Francis Nicholson, Ebenezer Fisher, Henry Messenger. (AbstractJ 



Q<rn*t$<. 



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Children of Jonathan and Melatiah, born in Wrentham 

55. i. Jonathan, 4 April 16, 1784; d. March 8, 1711. 

56. ii. Melatiah (son), April 19, 17:36; d. Feb. 13, 1799. 
iii. Elizabeth, b. and d. April 19, 1736. 



20. 

Ephraim" (JEpktaim*), born in Dedham, Feb. 14, 1688-0; 
died in Needham, March 19, 1774. "Mr." Married in Boston, Dec. 

27, 1716, Hannah Parker, "both of Xcedham." She died July 17. 
1742. 

Children born in Needham, and all baptized, July 19, 1730: 

i. Hannah, 4 Oct. 4, 1717; published to Jacob Fullam of Weston, 
Aug. 27, 17 1-;. 

57. ii. Samuel, Nov. 28, 1722. 

58. iii. Ephbaim, Jan. 1 I, 1725 ; d. Sept. 30, 1792. 



21. 

Roijkkt' ( L))/inum*) i born in Dedham, April 18, 1600; mar- 
ried in Boston, Dee. 22, 1727, Dorothy Parker of 1 Xeedham. 



60 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children, born in Needham : 

i. Dorothy, 4 Sept. 7 ; d. Oct. 8, 1729. 

ii. Mary, Jan. 8, bapt. Jan. 10, 1731. 

59. iii. Robert, Aug. 27, 1733, "bapt. Sept. 2 & his wife our sister." 
iv. Sarah, Nov. 17, bapt. Nov. 28, 1736 ; m. May 27, 1760, Nathaniel 

Kingsbury of Needham. 

60. v. Jonathan, Aug. 4, bapt. Aug. 6, 1738. 

vi. Lydia, Sept. 9, bapt. Sept. 12, 1742 ; m. Fitchburg, or [of] and 
in Leominster, Dec. 26, 1765, Jeremiah Gay of Needham. 

61. vii. Moses, Feb. 13, bapt. Feb. 22, 1747. 



22. 

Nathaniel 3 (Ebenezer 2 ), born in Dedham, Jan. 28, 1695-6; 
died in Needham, Oct. 12, 1770 ; married first, Jan. 15, 1722[-3], 
Jane (probably daughter of Robert and Submit) Cook (died Nov. 
17, 1723, aged 24). "Dec. 15 1723 Nathaniel Ware recognized 
his Baptismal Covenant and I baptized a child of his named Jane " 
(Needham church record.) A deed in Hancock, N. H., of Eben- 
ezer, dated Ap. 23, 1760, calls Esther Ware " a minor." 

Children, all born in Needham : 
i. Jane, 4 Nov. 4, 1723 ; m. Chamberlain. 

Married second, at Needham, June 29, 1725, Esther Chickering 
(b. May 7, 1694), :f Widow of Nathaniel and Lydia Chickering. 
Esther Ware deceased Sept. 25, 1776," at Needham. 

62. ii. Ebenezer, "jr." April 22, bapt. May 13, 1726; d. June 26, 

1795. 

63. iii Nathaniel, "jr." Sept. 21, bapt. Sept. 27, 1730. 
iv. Esther, Sept. 21, d. Oct. 6, 1730. 

v. Esther, June 4, bapt. June 9, 1734 ; m. in Needham, Jan. 22, 
1761, Josiah Penniman of Mendon, who was b. March 7, 1730, 
of Joseph and Ann Penniman. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 



23. 

WILLIAM* (John, 3 John' 1 ), born in Wrentham, July 1, 1 Hit 7 ; 
died in Dighton, Muss., June 11, 1704; removed to Norton 1729, 
to Dighton 1753. " Practitioner of Physic." Kept a publie house 
172N-40. Married first in Attleboro, Mass., .May, 4, 172(i, Mary 
Maxeey or Maxey, (laughter of Alexander (d. Sept. 20, 1723) 
and Abigail Maxey. In her will, dated Oet. 23, 1731*, Abigail 
Maxey leaves to " granddaughter Mary Ware, on the behalf of her 
mother Mary my daughter deceased," various pieces of property, 
provided she "shall arrive at the full age of twenty-one years."' Dr. 
Ware of Norton was, March 30, 1730, "appointed guardian of 
Mary Ware, under 14 years, granddaughter of Alexander ?Jacee, 
of Attleboro', lately deceased." In Dr. Ware's will of Aug. 23, 
1 7 1!3, proved duly 4, 17G4, he leaves property to Benjamin, " if he 
be now surviving and return home, he being now absent on a voige 
to sea." March 29, 17G4, William Ware of Dighton, physician, 
was appointed administrator to Benjamin Ware of Dighton, lately 
deceased. William's wife Mary died in Wrentham, March 2, 
1727-8. 

He married second, in Wrentham, Oct. 30, 1728, Zubiah Whit- 
ing Sweeting, widow of Lewis Sweeting (died at Norton, \ov. 1, 
17o2). She was daughter of John (Nathaniel and Hannah Dwight) 
and Mary (Billings) Whiting of Wrentham. She married Lewis 
Sweeting in 1721 : her son Lewis, Jr., was born in 172.'!, and her 
hu>band died 172.~>. Dr. William Ware brought up the child, and 
gave him a medical education. 

He married third, Sept. 27, 1733, Anna Hodges (born Feb. 4, 
1704-5, died in Dighton, June 25, 1755, aged 50. L 21.). He 
married fourth, in Dighton (published Sept. 6, 1755), Lydia 
Walker. 



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62 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

Dr. William "Ware was admitted to the Norton church from Wrentham 
in 1734 ; his wife Anna was admitted 1742. " He bought of John Finney 
Feb. 19, 1729 the farm now (1858) owned by Sandforth Freeman. . . . 
He had a liquor dealer's license. Sold his Norton farm Nov. 24, 1753. 
(Hist, of Norton.) He had "one quarter of a purchase right in Taunton 
north purchase," " by virtue of a deed dated March 20, 1732 from John 
Ware, junior, and Mehetabel Ware his wife, the daughter of William 
Briggs of Taunton." [Account of W. Ware in books of North Purchase 
Co. in possession of Rev. W. L. Chaffin, N. Easton.] 

" I found several deeds from different people to Dr. Wm. Ware, show- 
ing that he must have owned a large tract of land in Attleboro and Norton, 
a large part of which I can identify. There are deeds to him from John 
Finney, John Hills, Daniel Whipple, Nathaniel Leonard, John Ware, jr., 
Joshua Barrows, and from him to Geo. Leonard and Ephraim Lane. 

The last tract is now in the possession of Caleb S. Wetherell of Norton 
(a cousin of my mother) who married Cordelia Lane, only child of George 
and Chloe. She was great granddaughter of Ephraim. Among the ori- 
ginal proprietors of Taunton North Purchase, I find the name of Jonathan 
Briggs, and this made me think that perhaps Wm. Briggs might be one of 
Jonathan's descendants, so I lost some time looking for a clue in that way. 
After some time I found a deed from Edward and Esther Andross to Wm. 
Briggs of Taunton, of land that was formerly Joseph Harvey's (father of 
Esther Andross) and originally belonging to Christopher Thrasher of 
Taunton, who was also an original proprietor in T. N. Purchase, and an 
ancestor of my own, my paternal grandmother having been Sophia Thrasher. 
This explains how Wm. Briggs became possessed of the land, afterwards 
deeded by John jr. and Mehitable Ware to William W^are, March 20, 1732. 
In this deed there is nothing to show how John jr. and Mehitable got this 
land, but I found another deed from John jr. and Mehitable Ware to 
George Leonard of Norton, ' of 25 acres of land which was our honoured 
father's. William Briggs, late deceased.' Dated May 30, 1732. 

This shows conclusively that John Jr's. wife was the daughter of Wil- 
liam Briggs of Taunton. This deed was signed as witnesses by John Ware, 
Mehetabel Ware and Mehetabel Ware, who must have been the father, 
mother and sister (afterwards Mrs. May) of John Ware Jr. 

Also May 3, 1776, John Everett of Wrentham was appointed guardian 
of Nanny, over fourteen years, Paul, Eleanor, Leonard and Cyrus Ware, 
all under fourteen years, and children of the late Jonathan Ware of Mans- 
field." [I. W. Wilcox, March 19, 1887.] 

Child of William and Mary : 

i. Mart, 5 Feb. 13, 1727, in Wrentham ; d. 1814 ; m. May 4, 1749, 
Col. Jonathan Eddy, son of Eleazer (John, Samuel) and Eliza- 
beth (Cobb) Eddy (b. in Newton, 1726, d. Aug. 1804). 

Children of Jonathan and Mary Eddy, born in what is now 
Mansfield : 

1. Jonathan, b. Jan. 28, 1750; m. Rebecca Hicks; lost at 
sea, 1808. 



WABE GENE LLOOI • 63 

2. William, 1>. Aug. 16, 17">2 ■, mar. Olive Morse, ; Lieut is 
Continental Army ; shot by British while in an open 
boat, near Eastport, 1 77*. 

:;. Ibrook) b. Jan. 9, 17">1 : mar. lirst. Lons Platl of Mans- 
field, 1778 (b. 1760, d. 1802) and d. 1834, Eddington, 
M ■. •• [brook Eddy and Selaht ill of Taunton 

in. in T. A|». 7, 1806." (I. W. W.) Taun. Rec. 

4. Elias, b. Nov. 80, I7."»7. [See Eddy Family.] 

Col. Jonathan Eddy Berved all through the Old French war as captain 
in regiments commanded by Col. Window, Col. Doty and CoL Frye,in tin; 
last of which he raised a company in Mansfield. He served principally in 
Nova Scotia, and in 1763 removed t i i i 1 1 1 » • r with his family, and settled in 
Cumberland, (afterwards Sackville, New Brunswick), about 17i'.;j. On the 
outbreak of the Revolution, the Eddys and other .Massachusetts men in 
the Province openly espoused the cause of the rebels, even going so far as 
to capture a vessel of one hundred ton* in the harbor and conveying her 
with her valuable cargo to Boston. Tiny also made an attack on the well 
built Fort ( umberland (formerly called by the French "Beau Sejour"). 
The attack failed, as might have been expected. The reprisals which fol- 
lowed by the royal party in the Province obliged the patriots to flee to the 
Slates, Leaving their families behind. They reached Machias after a diffi- 
cult journey of twenty-live days in the wilderness, in the depth of winter. 
The following spring, as William was returning to the Province to bring 
away his family, he was recognized by a provincial as he was crossing in an 
open boat, near Eastport, and shot. Col. Eddy and some of his com- 
panions then returned to Mansfield, but removed thence to Sharon in 1781. 

" The town of Sharon in that year 'Voted not to receive as an inhabitant 
any of the persons hereafter mentioned who have come into the town to 
reside: — Col. Jonathan Eddy and family from Nova Scotia and others.' 
It was then the custom to pass such a vote to prevent the town from being 
liable for support of persons coming in." . . . The next year the free- 
holders of Sharon sent Col. Eddy to the Great and General Court 1 In 
L 784 CoL Eddy removed to Township No. Ten, east side of Penobscot 
river. This township was known later as Eddytown Plantation, and incor- 
porated as the town of Eddingtown in 1811. In 1801 Congress granted 
land to refugees from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. 

Children of William and Zubiah, born in Norton : 

ii. Lu< r, Oct L6, 1729; in. first in Norton, Feb. 2. 1748, Jonathan, 
sou of Jonathan and Sarah Lawrence. She m. in Dighton — 

•■ I.usa Larance "— second (pub. Oct. 1">. 1753), Nathaniel, 
son of Nathaniel and Bopestill Talbot (b. Nov. 16, 1729 , 

' hildren : 

1. WiUiam - , L3, 1754. 

2. Nathaniel, Dec. 28, 17.V.. 

3. Lnnj, Sept. 11, 1760. 

64. iii. William, April 27, 1731. 

iv. John, Oct 23, d. Oct 17, 1732. 



64 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children of William and Anna : 

65. v. George, Aug. 26, 1734; d. Feb., 1771, in his 37th year. 

vi. Benjamin, March 20, 1736-7; d. Dighton [?], between Aug., 

1763 and Mar., 1764. 
vii. Anna, July 10, d. Sept. 25, 1741. 

Children of William and Lydia, born in Dighton : 

66. viii. Joseph, May 4, 1756. 
ix. Lydia, June 6, 1758. 
x. Abigail, June 8, 1760. 

24. 

John 4 (John, 2 John'), born in Wrentham, May 7, 1700; died 
April 24, 1775 ; married Jan. 29, 1728-9, Mehetabel, daughter of 
William, Jr. (William, Richard) and Mehetabel Briggs of Taunton. 
(William Briggs, Sen., died 1728, aged 82 ; William Briggs, Jr., 
died Feb. 20, 1731, aged 53; married Mehetabel Blake or Black 
of Milton, June 16, 1696 ; she died Oct. 17, 1732, aged 61.) In 
the inventory of William Briggs, Jr. dated June 12, 1731, is one 
quarter right in North Purchase, £4. A deed from John Ware, Jr. 
and Mehetabel Ware, his wife, the daughter of William Briggs of 
Taunton, to William Ware, of one quarter right in North Purchase, 
was dated March 20, 1731-2. " Mehetable Ware, who was com- 
fortable about the house when the above said Mehetable May died 
[Sept. 5J and so continued twelve hours and then fell down in a fitt 
and never spock after died Sept. the 7, 1782." [Wr. Rec] 
Gravestone at Wrentham Centre says Sept. 8. 

Children : 

i. Kichard, 5 April 17, 1730 ; d. " at Fort Edwards, Oct. 17 1755." 

67. ii. John, Aug. 3, 1734, "jr."; d. in W. Jan. 27, 1796, in 62d yr. 

68. hi. WiLLiAiCFeb. 18, 1736-7. 

69. iv. Ezra, July 6, 1741 ; d. in W. Feb. 2, 1815, in his 74th year. 

25. 

Moses" (John, 3 John 2 ), born in Wrentham, June 7, 1702; 
married first, in Attleboro', June 23, 1731, Elizabeth Lane of that 
place; married second, Jan. 10, 1738[-9], Comfort, daughter of 
Andrew and Sary Blake (born in Wrentham, Feb. 27, 1708-9) ; 
married third, in Norton, Sept. 18, 1746, Mary Titus, of Rehoboth. 

Child of Moses and Comfort : 

70. i. Moses, 5 Nov. 16, 1739, in W. 

Child of Moses and Mary : 

71. i. David, June 10, 1747, in Norton. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 65 

26. 

Eliazer* ( Eliazer,' John*), bora in Wrentham, Nov. 1 1, 1701 ; 
died July 8, L751. Lived near the Bellingham line in the part of 
Wrentham which became Wesl Franklin. Signed a petition in 
17.">7 to have Franklin Bel off as the second precincl of Wrentham. 
Married May 20, L736, Hannah (Thomas and Hannah A Mis, Sam- 
uel ) Man ( bom May .">, 1711). 

( Ihildren, bora in Wrentham : 

72. i. Jesse, 8 March 10, L736-7; d. in Franklin, July 13, 1818. 

ii. EI ann ah, Nov. 23, 1788; Bhe was received to the Franklin church 
l>\ letter in Dec. 1738. She m. Nathaniel Kingsbury (b. Feb. 
18, L739; d. Keene, N. II., Jan. 26, 1803). 

Children : 

1. Jenuha, m. Japlict Fisher of Grafton, Yt. 

2. Nathan, m. Dorcas Thompson of Chester, Vt. 

.'!. Hannah, in. Rufus ( lark. 

4. Abial, in. Luke Sturtevant of Keene. 

■'>. Abija/i, 1). Keene, March, 1778; il. there Nov. 1SG0; m. 

Sept. 12, 1803, Abigail Wilder (h. K., July 3, 1775; 

(1. there Nov. 30, lN.Hi); she u as a dan. of D i. A hi jab 

and Sarah ( Ellis) Wilder. 

Nathaniel Kingsbury m. 2d or 3d, dan. 20, 1791, Rebecca 

Bigelow (d. L824, aged 64, dau. of Daniel and Martha (Pratt) 

l'>ii;elo\Y of Fitzwilliam, N. II. 3 children. [See Hist. Surry, 

n.ii.] 

iii. Jeri SHA, Aug. 3, 1741 : d. March 27, 1750. 
73. iv. Billy, March 21, l742[-3] ; d. Aug. 22, L821, in F. 
7 1. v. Ziba, Dec.13,1744; removed from Franklin to Winchester, N. H. 
7.">. \i. Eli, May 31, 1748; d. in F., Nov. 1, 1835; lived in Franklin. 

vii. ABIAL (dau.), duly ID, 17.">1 ; d. in F. unin. Dec. 1, 1841, in her 
90th year. 

27. 

Daniel 4 ( Eleazer,* Join/-), horn in Wrentham, Nov. 2, 1706; 
died there March 17, 1769, aged (54 [record] ; " (Uth year," [grave 
stone]; married May 2;'), 1748, Mary Ilewes (died May 1. L798, 
aged 82, or in her 82d year). 

Children, horn in Wrentham: 

76. i. Dami i.,' March 5, 17 18-9. 

ii. Mart, Sept. 23, 1750; m. June 11, (17th Wr. Rec) 1779, in W., 

Joseph Robeshaw [Robecheaux]. Mar} (Ware) Robechauxd. 

April 1, 1806, aged 56. Joseph Robechaux was "casl on 

Lovell's Isle, Boston Harbour, and perished Dec. 10, 17S7, a^cd 

81." Both buried at Wrentham Centre. 
iii. Naomi, Dec. 18, 1752; d. March 17. 17 



Q6 WARE GENEALOGY. 

iv. Eleazer, April 9, 1755 ; d. Dec. 31, 1764. 
v. Jerusha, Jan. 31, 1757 ; m. Dec. 28, 1786, Dr. Jencks Norton.? 
vi. Esther, Sept. 4, 1758 ; d. April 4, 1765. 

vii. Olive, June 5, 1760 ; m. in W. July 1, 1790, Jeremiah Man. No 
children. 

28. 

Hezekiah 4 {Eleazer, 3 John" 1 ), born in Wrentham, April 17, 
1711 ; died May 16, 1741, aged 31 ; buried at Wrentham Centre; 
married March 18, 1736, Ithamar Farrington. (She married 
second, Dec. 8, 1747, Joseph Fairbanks.) 

Children, born in Wrentham : 

i. Mary, 5 Jan. 27, 1786[-7] ; d. Oct. 3, 1752. 

ii. Abigail, March 2, 1737[-8.] 

77. hi. Elijah, July 8, 1739 ; d. in W. March 2, 1813, aged 74. 

78. iv. Hezekiah, Nov. 27, 1740 ; d. in W. June 19, 1779. " Lieut." 



29. 

John 4 {Joseph, 3 John*), born in Sherborn, May 20, 1717 ; died 
there Sept. 18, 1 7 7 L> ; inherited the north half of the homestead in 
Sherborn; selectman, 1758; married June 19, 1743, Martha, 
daughter of Dea. Henry (Solomon, Henry) Prentice of Cambridge 
(born June 27, 1724, died April 20, 1805). 

Children, born in Sherborn (three sons served in the Revolution) : 

i. Martha, 5 May 7, 1744 ; d. April 30. 1751. 

ii. Elizabeth, Aug. 22, 1746; d. 1814; m. April 24, 1765, Peter 

(Benjamin. Samuel, Benjamin, Benjamin) Bullard (b. Sept. 23, 

1734) ; 14 children, 
in. Mary, Dec. 5, 1748 ; m. Dec 6, 1770, Jonathan Holbrook, 2d, 

both of Sherborn. 

79. iv. Joseph, April 30, 1751. " Esq." 

80. v. Johx, July 4, 1753. Fought at the siege of Boston and at Bunker 

Hill; d. Sept. 14, 1833, at Deerfield. 
vi. Martha, June 6, 1756; m. Oct. 11, 1781, Joel (Joseph, Isaac, 
John) Coolidge (b. July 19, 1759). 8 children. 

81. vii. Benjamin, Jan. 8, 1759 ; d. Feb. 2, 1814. 

vhi. Persis, Aug. 12, 1761 ; m. June 1, 1780, William Adams (Asa, 
William). 7 children. 

82. ix. Henry (senior), b. at Sherburne, April 1, 1764 ; H. C. 1785. 

83. x. Azariah, Jan. 12, 1769. 

30. 

Benjamin 4 {Nathaniel, 3 JVathanieP), born in Wrentham, Jan. 
30, 1727-8 ; died there May 3, 1810, aged 83 ; buried in Wren- 
tham Centre; "yeoman"; married Jan. 29, 1767, Elizabeth, 



waki: (ii.m: \i.<m,v. 67 

daughter of James* (Uriah,' James 1 ) [iepnard, James L., formerly 
of Taunton, Bold homestead in 17.~>l and unit probably to Wren- 
tliam, as another daughter had married there Nehemiah Lincoln. 
{Elizabeth died June !•">, L825, aged 82.) He was in Capt. Miller's 
Company in 1 776. 

( 'hildivn, born in Wrentham : 

i. Bi NMMiN, 5 April 1 1, L768, "Capt." ; d.June I 2, 1829, aged m,* 

liiiiii. 
85. ii. Sami ii. \ i » i-i 1 17, l77u; ,1. Sept. 12, 1856, aged 

iii. Pol.lt, June 2, 177.'!; m. Oct. 26, 17'.t7, Benjamin Shepherd of 

W rentham. 

Child: />'. . v . Shepherd, m. Mary Ann Sturdevant of Needham. 

iv. Susanna, Sept. 10, 177"»; m. Isaac Lewis of Walpole, May 19, 

I -mi:;. Both of Walpole. 
v. Margaret, d. Sept. _'l. 1850, aged 71. in Westboro*; m. first, 
March 2, L806, Dr. Aaron Holbroob of Qoldea; m. second, 
L828, Klilm Blake of Westboro.' 
vi. I'.i tZABETH, Sept 23, L781 ; & -May 24, 1872 ; m. April 29, 1820, 
Ezekiel Jones of Boston. 
Child: JEliz. II'.. .,.. William D.« Ware, No. 214 
K6. vii. William. Oct 20, 17s 1 ; ,]. Dec. 3, is 

31. 

N\rn\Nii:T/ {Nathaniel* Nathaniel 3 ), born in Wrentham, 
January 14, 17 14[-5] : died June 10, 1832, in his 88th yr. ;* 
"Capt."; married May 27), 1769, Abigail, daughter of Iehabod 
(William, Samuel) Man (died June 10, 1840, aged 93*). 

( liildren, born in Wrentham : 

i. Sarah,' Ii. March, 1770; «1. in Aigusta, Me., 1834 : m. in Wren- 
tham, May 6, 1791, to Jesse Craige (b. in Wrentham, August, 
1764, d. in Augusta. November, 1852). 

Children : 

1. William. 

2. Elias. 

.!. Hannah. 
1. Nancy. 

87. ii. jAntus, -Ian. 22. 1772: "Judge"; d. -Ian. is, 1836, aged 64.* 
iii. Abigail, Sept 12. 177 1: .1. Sept 21. 1836; m- May 21. 1804, 
Rev. Calvin Park. D.D., of Providence, P. I.. Professor in 
Brown i Diversity. 
Children : 

l. Harrison G., b. July 28, 1806; Brown, 1824; Rev. d. 
Aug. 1886. 

• Buried in Wrentham Centre. 



68 WARE GENEALOGY. 

2. Edwards Amasa, b. Dec. 29, 1808 ; Brown 1826 ; Prof. 

Andover Theo. Sem., D.D., LL.D. Andover, 1831; 
Rev. ; m. Sept. 21, 1836, Maria Edwards, dau. of Col. 
William, grandson of Rev. Jona. Edwards. 

3. Calvin Emmons, b. Dec. 30, 1811 ; Amherst 1831; And- 

over 1835 ; Rev. 

88. iv. Warren, Feb. 24, 1777 ; d. July 4, 1843 ; to Orrington, Me. 
v. Nancy, Dec. 22, 1779 ; m. in Wrentham, Feb. 19, 1807, as 2d 
wife, Col. George Hawes, member of Mass. Senate ; d. Aug. 28, 
1876, in her 97th year. 
Children : 

1. George Edward, moved to N. Y. 

2. Nancy. 

3. Benjamin, Aug. 19, 1816. 

vi. James, Oct. 5, 1782 ; d. Oct. 16, 1795, 14th year.* 
vii. Nathaniel, May 31, 1787 ; d. unm. May 15, 1832, aged 46 * 
viii. Julia, about 1790; d. unm. Sept. 24, 1860, aged 71.* "House- 
keeper at old Ware place, a good dignified woman." [E. A. 
Park.] 

33. 

Pelatiah 4 (Beriah; 3 Nathaniel 2 ) , born in Wrentham, Dec. 24, 
1732 ; married at New Braintree, Dec. 27, 1758, Rebecca Blair. 

On the muster-roll of the company of Capt. Sam Robinson appears 
the name of Pelatiah Ware with thirty-eight others. This company 
was engaged in battle near Lake George, Sept. 8, 1755. Five 
were killed, his name not among them. [N. B. Paige, Hardwick.] 

Child, born in New Braintree : 

Lydia, 5 Mar. 9, 1760 ; m. Mar. 10, 1785, Jonas Bigelow of N. B. 

34. 

Beriah 4 {Beriah, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), born Jan. 30, 1742 [living at 
date of his father's will, Nov. 5, 1755. No further details]. 

35. 

Josiah 4 (Josiah, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), born in Needham, Sept. 15, 
1742; removed while young to Wrentham; died there Oct. 23, 
1836. A farmer and one of the committee for erecting the church 
at North Wrentham (Norfolk). Married in W., June 18, 1770, 
Lois, 5 daughter of Elisha 4 (Ebenezer, 3 Robert 2 ) and Phoebe (Clark) 
Ware (born Feb. 19, 1747-8, died Nov. 28, 1828). 
Children, born in Wrentham : 
i. Eunice, 5 Dec. 23, 1772 ; d. Oct. 12, 1833 ; m. Oct. 26, 1797, 
Daniel Cook. 3 children. 

* Buried in Wrentham Centre. 



w LEE GENEALOGY. 69 

ii. Rhoda, Sept 20, L775; d. Feb. II. 1 77s. nnm . 
92. iii. Josiah, April 22, 1781 ; d. in Rochester, \. V., Oct 26, 1827-8. 
98. iv. Elisha, May 5, 1784 ; d. A.ug. 27, L858 ; "Capt" 

v. Lu< r, March 23, 1787; -1. Sept 5, 1870; m.Jan.7, L810, Benja- 
min Rockwood (b. Oct. 18, 1783, d. Feb. 12, 1868). 1 ch. 

94. vi. Darius, An-. 21, L789; d. March L6, L857. 

\ ii. Lois, March 24, 1793 ; d. April 8, 1869; m. April 3, 1821, 
Josiah Codding (It. Taunton, Felt. 1, 1 7*7 ; <l. in Wrentham, 
Sept. c. L864). 

36. 

Elijah 4 (Josiah, 3 JYnlhanieP'), ltorn Sept. 30, 1747; died Jan. 
30, 1M7, in Needham; married Feb. 2, 1774, Rebecca Woodward 
(died June 7 or Jan. 9, 1822, in Xatiek). 

Children : 

95. i. Luther, 8 d. Feb. 18, 1837. 

ii. Calvin, .May 29, 177'.), at Needham. 
iii. Ki r.i < i A. 

iv. Sally. 

v. Patty, m. at Needham, Feb. 21, 1811, Royal Woodward. 

37. 

Asa 4 (Josiah, 3 Nathaniel*), born March 5, 1750-1, in Xeed- 
ham ; bapt. April 1, " privatim quia non valuit "; died May 9, 
1832, in W., aged 81. Moved early to Wrentham, and lived in 
the north part, now Norfolk. Lost his left hand in the battle of 
Monmouth, 1778 ; was deacon of the church for forty years ; married 
December 27, 1779, Phoebe, daughter of Elisha 4 (Ebenezer," 
Robert 5 ) and Phoebe (Clark) Ware (born Jan. 2, 1758, died Jan. 
25, 1820). Asa 4 married, second, Abigail Turner (d. May 9, 
1832). [L. L. W.] 

Children, born in W. : 

i. Hwwii.' May 20, 1781 ; d. Aug. 10, 1852; m. Oct. 16, 1806, 
Samuel Ilolbrook. 

Children : 

1. Samuel Eliot. 

2. Caleb. 

.'}. Hannah. 
4. Man/ A. 

97. ii. A.SA, June 16, 1783; d. May 6, 1862; "Captain." 
iii. Caleb, Nov. L0, 1788 ; d. v. 

iv. Theodore, March 22, 1792 ; d. Jan. 19, L822, in W. ; m. April 
1:5, 1*20, Sarah Ii. Daniels (It. June 19, L799). Hiswidow, 
Mrs. Sally Ware, m. second, July 8, 1824, Joseph Breck of 
Medfield. 



70 WARE GENEALOGY. 

v. Phcebe, Nov. 22, 1794; d. March 1, 1811 ; m. April 26, 1821, 
Eliphalet Blake, Pawtucket, R. I. 
Children: 1. Eliza M. 2. Clarissa A. 

vi. Chloe, July 6, 1797 ; d. June, 1800; m. James Budlong, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. No children, 
vii. Silas, June 3, 1800 ; d. Oct. 21, 1839, Pawtucket, R. I., unm. 

38. 

Joseph 4 (Josiah, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), born at Needham, Oct. 5, 1753 ; 
died November 12, 1805; married June 1, 1780, Esther Smith of 
Needham (born Jan. 16, 1756, died Aug. 1834). He was a farmer 
until the Revolution, when he entered the army and served through 
the war, acting as orderly sergeant and recruiting officer. He was 
the author of a journal of the expedition to Quebec under Gen. 
Arnold, 1775-6. [Reg. vol. vi.]. He was also at the battles of 
Concord and Ticonderosra. 

Children, born in Needham and Xatick : 

100. i. Joseph, 5 Nov. 9, 1778. 

101. ii. William, Aug. 5, 1784; d. Nov. 30, 1839. 
iii. George, June 25, 1787 ; d. May, 1820, unrn. 
iv. • Polly, June 10, 1789 ; d. April .">, 1794. 

v. Abigail, June 10, 1791 ; d. May, 1872 ; m. first, in Weston, 
1815, John Seaverns of Dorchester and of Weston. 2 chil- 
dren. Married second, Thomas R. Shepard (d. Dec. 1854). 
2 children. Married third, Dec. 7, 1859, Rev. Tyler Harring- 
ton (d. about 1870) of Weston. 

Children : 

1. Rachel Binny Seaverns, b. Oct. 2, 1817 ; d. July 29, 

1878 ; m. George Austin Chapin. Living 1885. 

2. Geo. Ware Seaverns, d. July 12, 1882 ; m. 1st, Marg. B. 

Porter of Boston ; 2d, Kath. Kennedy of Lynn ; 3d, 
Mary Ann Brown of Lynn (d. May 1878). 

3. Thos. R. Shepard, Jr., d. Sept. 1872 ; m. Harriet T. 

Cousins (Comins ?) ; still lives (1886). 

4. Henry C. Shepard, May 1, 1829 ; m. 1st, Mary E. 

Hammond of Salem, May 1, 1850 (d. May, 1858) ; m. 
2d, Eliz. C. Hayden of N. Bedford, Nov. 24, 1859 (she 
d. Aug. 18, 1883). 

5. Angeline Shepard ) . , 

6. Augerna Shepard ) ' ' *' 

vi. Ralph. July 19, 1793 ; d. March 20, 1801. 
vii. Mary, April 13, 1795 ; d. Feb. 10, 1878, ae. "82. 9. 29." ; m. 
John Whittemore. 

Child: 

Georgiana Whittemore ; m. Hillyer, Baltimore, Md. 

Child : John Henry Hillyer. 



\\ \i;l. (JKNK \I.<h;v. 71 



39. 



Daniel* (Josiahf Nathaniel*), born in Needham, May 19, 
1755; diedOct. 20, 1819,* 64 yre.s K E§q. M Served two terms of 
three months each ae orderly sergeanl in the army, and later filled 
various public offices in Needham. " Purchased and occupied a farm 
next t<> bis father's." 

"The aame ol Daggel was on the <>1<1 map ( 1 77< ► ) . Esquire Daniel 
probably purchased of the Daggetl family. Dea. Reuel lived and died 
here. The place is no* owned bj the Chamberlains. On the old map of 

177i) tlir name of N. Ware appears. The farm is now owned by Lauren 
and John Kingsbury. You u ill find it on the map at the corner of Webster 
and High Sts. I am unable to locate the 'Cranberry Meadow'; very 
likely it was in the Rosemarj meadow- somewhere. I have marked the 
• School ground ' on the tracing of the map. It is located between the Col- 
burn and Livingston house on the map. Whal is known here as • Powell's 
Island' i- a trad of upland near ( harles river, surrounded by meadow. It 

ia covered with v. 1. ' Sluutie land ' is probably the same a- Shrubby or 

scrubby land, and means a -mall growth of wood. ' Shrulf. Light, dog 
wood, or stuff used for fuel.' [Webster.] 1 am nol sure as to the loca* 
Hon of the ' Rosemary Plain Road,' bul I do not think that it was what 
IS now Brookside Road. I think that it may have keen some one of the 
roads at the northerly end of the 'Great Playne.' 1 have traced on the 
map some of the old road-. I have also marked the route driven over at 
the time of your visit Very few of our roads were located as early as 
1699. The oldest is undoubtedly the road from Dedham over the island to 
the • Great Playne.' " [C. C. Greenwood, Needham, L887.] 

Married Sept. 16, 1784, Abigail Newell, daughter of Ebenezer 
(Josiah, Isaac, Abraham) and Elizabeth (Allen) Newell (born in 
Dover, Nov. 24, 1764, died April 20, 1841), aged 84). 

* Children, born in Needham : 

L02. i. Daniel, 8 Sept. 22, L785 ; bap. .May 7, 1797 ; d. Dec 30, 1862, 
ii. Dorothy, Feb. 9, 1788 ; d. March 22, 18^ 1 ; ra. dune 2, l>ll. 

I-.Kie Smith id. .March 2, L865). I lad I dau., 2 sons ; -1 living 

in 1886. 

( hildren : 

1. Belinda, b. Aug, 26, 1811; m. Nov. 12, 1836, David 

S <>tt. 

2. Dorothy, b. Dee. 31, 1814; m. Jan. 1, 1844, Michael 

Wblcott. 
:;. haac, b. Nov. :.. L816; m. May 29, 1841, Myra ( heney. 
4. Abigail Newell, b. May 29, L819 5 no. Nov. 6, I 

( iharles McLane. 

• " All bat two abfldren Bettled in Needham, the part new Wellealej . Daniel 4 pur- 
farm adjoining bis father's, where be lived the resl "fins life. Rene! bought 
the homestead and spent all his life there." [A. A. Ware, Bolliaton.] 



72 WARE GENEALOGY. 

5. Martha Jane, b. Jan. 15, 1822; m. June 16, 1849, 

Emelius Sherman Albro. 

6. Daniel Ware, b. Feb. 27, 1828. 

v 103. iii. Reuben, June 12, 1790 ; d. Jan. 22, 1875. 

104. iv. Reuel, Sept. 24, 1794 ; d. in Wellesley, Aug. 15, 1882. 

105. v. Dexter, Oct. 27, 1797 ; killed by the cars at Grantville, Oct. 20, 

1851. 

vi. Nabby, Feb. 24, 1800; in. John Sargent of Leicester. "Abi- 
gail " d. Feb. 16, 1889. " Nabby or Abigail in. April 14, 1842, 
as his second wife, John, son of John (Nathan, Jonathan, John, 
William) and Sarah (Gates) Sargent (b. May 19, 1797, d. Feb. 
13, 1850). [Old Cemetery, Wellesley, Mass.] 

vii. Lucinda, f ] m. Aug. 21, 1834, Charles Mayo of Chat- 

j April 17, I ham ; d. Aug. 4, 1839. 

viii. Louisa, 1 1804; f m. March 20, 1834, Solomon Fuller 

J Smith (d. 1871) ; d. Mar. 20, 1847. 

40 

Samuel" (Samuel, 3 Nathaniel*), born May 9, 1746; died at 
Heath, Mass., aged 83, Dec. 5, 1829. Kemoved before 1781 to 
Conway, Mass. "A gentlemanly and tender physician, cheerful 
and ingenious in his profession. His genial spirit made him many 
friends, and his constant public employment as a Justice of the 
Peace, &c, made him well known. He was of the salt of the 
earth." "Dr. Ware was a gentlemanly and tender physician, exact 
and neat in his dress, careful and temperate in his diet, very indus- 
trious, an early riser, cheerful and ingenious in his profession, and 
was sent for in towns seventeen miles distant. He said he had 
earned a good estate, while others were sleeping. He regretted he 
had not accepted his father's offer of a college education. After 
giving up his employment he seemed to live on the verge of heaven, 
and his body was apparently the temple of the Holy Ghost. His 
genial spirit gave him many friends, and his constant public employ- 
ment made his name as present as the light of day which will not 
soon be forgotten. He was of the salt of the earth." [Written by 
his daughter, Mrs. Sally Bonney.] 

Married Jan. 24, 1771, in Dedham, Bethiah Avery, daughter of 
William (William, William, William) and Bethiah (Metcalf) Avery 
of Dedham (born Jan. 26, 1749, died Dec. 2, 1843, buried at 
Heath). 

" Dr. Sam. Ware was of Sunderland in 1773 and 1 777." [L. M. 
Boltwood.] 

"March, 1771, Sam'l Ware, jr. was admitted from the Ch. in 
New Braintree, and Jan. 3, 1773, Bethiah Ware was admitted. 
Her sister Elizabeth, m. to Aaron Fisher, was recorded in Sunder- 
land, Feb. 24, 1780." [See Conway Ch. records for 1776.] 



WABE GENEALOGY. 73 

Dr. Ware and his wife spent their old age with Mr-. I »> t hiali 

Miller in Heath. She was dismissed from Conway to Heath Ch. 
March L9, 1835. 

Children, horn in ( \m\\ ay : 

i. Son,' unnamed ; d. sunn. 

ii. Sami i i. Wiii cam, Jan. 20, 177 1; d. Sept I. 1775. 

iii. Bethiah, March 17. 1780; d. Aug. 17. 1848, Nunda, N. Y. ; 
in. Oct. l-"> (int. Sept. 29), L806, Rev. Moses Miller of Heath, 
(b. Worcester, Nov. 23, L776 ; Brown 1800; Bettled al Heath 
Dec. 26, lso I, dis. April 21, 1840; Wes1 Hawlej L840-46; 
in 1848 to Nunda and Portage, N. Y. Lived in Brookfield 
with son-in-law W. A. Nichols; d. April "_'"_'. L865). she was 
dismissed from the church in Conway to the Cong. Church, 
Heath, March 19, 1835. 

Children, born in Heath : 

1. Samuel Ware, July L8, 1807; d. unm. Aug. 26, L828. 

2. Sarah, kng. 6, L809 ; d. July 17,1843; m. Sept. 20, 

18.'!1. Dea. Aaron Dickinson (1>. July 5, 1*02 ; (1. 
March 2, L874). 

3. Mary Miller, April 1!». 1811; d. Dec. 2, 1833,; m. June 

8, 18.'50, lion. Hart Leavitt (he in. twice afterwards, 
father of Edw. and Joshua Leavitt and brother of the 
late Joshua L. D.D., of X. V.; Independent; 1). Dec. 
19, 1808; d. April L5, L881 >. 

4. Hannah Billings, Feb. 26, 1813; d. Oct. 3, 1862, De- 

troit ; in. Rev. Lemuel Leonard. Nov. 19, 1839, 
now of Richland Centre, Wis. Presb. 

5. Bethiah. Feb. 1 I. L815 ; d. Nov. 11. 1 *•'>•">. Chicago; m. 

Rev. Washington A. Nichols, now of Lake Forest, 
Illinois. 

6. Thomas Spencer, .May 24, 1817; d. An-. 1. 1843, Heath, 

while a tutor at Amherst Coll. Grad. Amherst, num. 

7. Moses Alexander, Feb. 21, L819; d. Nov. 9, 1840, at 

Heath, num. 

8. William, Jan. •_'::, 1821 ; J. Feb. 20, L823, I hath. 

9. Samuel Fisher, Oct. 5, 1822 ; d. Oct. 28, L870. 

iv. Sarah, April 20, 1782; d. Feb. 19, 1864, Danbury, Ct. ; m. 

May li' (int. April 28), 1 * 1 1 . Rev. William Bonney of New 
Canaan. Ct. (b. Cornwall, Ct., April 0, 1779; d. Nekon, 0., 
Nov. 26, L839). 

( Ihildren : 

1. Lucy Atwater, March 28, 1828; d. Danbury, Ct.. March 
30, l*-">7 or 1859; m. Oct 22, 1841, William Bonney 
Sherwood (d. 1845 <>r 6, Greenwich, Ct.). Heopened 
a family school for young ladies at Greenwich, Ct., 

and after hi-- death his widow continued the -cliool 

until her health failed, in Danbury, Ct. 



74 WARE GENEALOGY. 

2. Rev. Samuel Ware, New Canaan, Conn., March 8, 1815 ; 

d. July 27, 1864, at Canton, China; m. July 22, 1856, 
at Albany, N. Y., Catharine Visscher Van Rensalaer 
(dau. of Gen. Sol. Van Rensalaer, d. June 29, 1891). 
He studied at N. Y. Univ. and at Lane Theo. Sem. ; 
went to China as a missionary of the A. B. C. F. M. 
in 1844: served in Canton. 

3. Sarah Anna, Nov. 17, 1818 ; m. May 7, 1867 (2d wife), 

Rev. Washington A. Nichols (1st wife Bethia Miller, 
d. 1865). Lives at Lake Forest, 111. 

4. Mary Ware, Aug. 30, 1821 ; d. April 11, 1886, at W. 

Cornwall, Conn. ; m. Jan. 30, 1850, Deacon Russell 
R. Pratt, of W. Cornwall, Conn. 

106. v. William, May 22, 1784; d. Sept. 22, 1822. 

vi. Mary, Dec. 5, 1785, Conway; d. in Conway, Feb. 11, 1870, 
aged 84; m. March 13, 1816, as his second wife, Southworth 
Rowland of West Brookfield (b. at Barnstable, March 29, 
1779, d. at Worcester, June 8, 1853). 
Children, all born at West Brookfield : 

1. Rev. William Ware. Feb. 25, 1817 ; d. at Cevlon, India, 

Aug. 26, 1892. Grad. Amherst Coll. and Union Theo. 
Sem.; ordained in 1845, and went to Ceylon as a 
missionary of the A. B. C. F. M. ; preached there 
nearly 50 years with great success. 3 sons and 1 dau. 
became missionaries. He m. Oct. 14, 1845, Susan 
Reed, of Heath (b. Oct. 2, 1819 ; d. Ceylon, July 23, 
1887). 

2. Samuel, Aug. 21, 1819 ; d. June 25, 1843, Worcester. 

3. Joseph Avery, Feb. 19, 1821 ; m. Adeline Henshaw, 1847. 

4. Mary Esther. Aug. 28, 1823; d. -March 26, 1879, at En- 

field; m. Nov. 1867, Edw. Smith of Enfield. 

5. Elizabeth Sherwood, April 3, 1826 ; d. Sept. 13, 1855, 

Cincinnati, O. ; m. Feb. 25, 1852, j Hezekiah D. Perry. 



41. 

Jonathan 4 (Samuel, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), born July 12, 1747; died 
Feb. 9, 1829, in Conway, aged 82. Farmer; removed from Nor- 
wich to Conway, Mass., 179G ; married first, April 28, 1770, Sarah, 
daughter of Dea. James Woods (born 1750, died June 17, 1776, 
in Norwich, now Huntington, Mass.). He carried second, March 
13, 1777, Lucy, daughter of Samuel Kingsley (died April 17, 
1786, in Norwich). He married third, May 28, 1789, Anna, 
daughter of" Esq r " John Kirkland* (born April 3, 1764, died Aug. 
26, 1836, at Granville, 111. Went west with her son John, 1835. 

* Uncle of President Kirkland, of Harvard College. " The father of John K., who 
was gr. f. to Pres. K., was a missionary to the Mohawk Indians." [Family.] 



w \ni; GENEALOGY. 75 

Tlir eleven eldest children of Jonathan 4 were born in Norwich (now 
I [untington ) , IVfasa. 

( 'hildren of Jonal ban and Sarah : 

H)7. i. Timothy, 1 Nov. 21. 1771; .1. April 28, L837, Granville, 111. 
ii. Sally, Feb. 27, 177:; ; .1. Sept. 1823; m. Dec. 18, 1794, Elia- 

kini Sylvester, both of Norwich. 
iii. II \\\ \n. Jan. 81, I77.">; d. Dec. 15, 1839; m. in Conway, Jan. 
16, 17!'7, Dr. Boos Smith of Granby. 

Children, born al A Iiiitld [commnnicated by .Marion An- 
drews Smith, daughter of 5, below] : 

1. Emily, Jan. 21, 1799; m. Dr. Jairua Bement; <I. -Tulv 8, 

L837. 

2. Harriet, X„v. II. L800 ; in. Dr. Atlnrlon (lark; <1. in 

L871. 

3. William. Nov. ■'-. 1802; .1. Aug. l". 1803. 

4. Hannah, .July 18, 1804 ; in. Grenville Reed; d. Xov. 

1865. 

5. Eliza, Aug. 26, 1806; m. Edward Smith; d. .May 12, 

1866. 

6. Almira, May 16, 1809; m. "William Hutchins ; d. Aug. 

I, isis. ' 

7. Enos, Nov. 21, 1812; m. Jan.' Lewis: d. in 18$ , 

8. Mary, Dec. 12, L814; m. Wells Hawkes; d. Jan. 11, 

1841. 

9. Pamela, Sept. 20, 1S17; in. Lorenzo Nash; d. April 

II. L852. 

10. Sarah, Dec. 7. 1*20; m. Welles Hawkes; d. Aug. 25, 

1854. 

iv. Jonathan', June 11, ] 77*; ; d. March 28, 1810, unm. 
Children of Jonathan and Lucy : 

v. LUCY, Xov. 18, 1777 ; d. Xov. 1835. 

vi. Anna. July 14, 1779; m. in Conway, Oct. 5, 1799, Israel Rice, 
Cazenovia, N. V. 
( hildren : 

1. Judith, m. (J. Jenkins. 

2. Israel, m. D. Jenkins. 

3. Kingshy. 

4. Fordyce. 

5. haae, m. ( '. Jenkins. 

6. Foster. 

7. Anna, m. L. Walker. 

s. Lucy, in. Isaac < rere. 

9. Caroline, m. J. Snow. 

I ii. Susan, m. W. Perkins. 

1 1. Joseph, ni. Ann Ellis. 

108. vii. Samuel, Sept ">, 1781, in Norwich; d. Am.. 25, 1867, at S. 

Deerfield. 



76 WARE GENEALOGY. 

viii. Susanna, March 9, 1784; d. Aug. 15, 1815; m. March 13, 
1804, Solomon Sylvester (b. June 22, 1779). He left about 
time of wife's death, and was never heard from. 
Children : 

1. Lucy K, b. Dec. 23, 1804 ; m. Dec. 25, 1821, Theodore 

King. 

2. Sexton IF., b. July 20, 1806 ; d. April 3, 1812. 

3. Lomyra [Louisa?], b. Feb. 17, 1808 ; d. April 13, 1810. 

4. Lorinda Ami, b. Feb. 23, 1810 ; m. H. N. Taft. 

5. Angelina, b. April 23, 1812 ; m. David Field of Conway, 

Sept. 28, 1831 ; she d. Granville, 111. 

6. "Dr." Eliakim W., b. April 28, 1814; m. Fanny Arms 

of Conway, Mass., 1844 ; d. Lyons, N. J. Proprietor 
of Lyons Nurseries. 

ix. Naomi, April 6, 1786; went west 1834; d. Oct. 2, 1835, at 
Granville, 111. 

Children of Jonathan and Anna: 

x. Son, unnamed, Feb. 14, 1792. 

109. xi. Joseph Kirkland, April 21, 1793 ; d. Dec. 7, 1854, Canan- 

daigua, N. Y. 
xii. Elizabeth, Nov. 25, 1796, in Conway ; d. Feb. 23, 1799. 
xiii. Louisa, Aug. 17, bapt. Sept. 16, 1798, in Conway ; d. Feb. 7, 
1803. 

110. xiv. John, Aug. 10, 1801 ; d. Aug. 28, 1836, at Granville, 111. 

111. xv. Ralph, Feb. 15, 1804; d. June 9, 1863, in Granville. 

112. xvi. Thomas, Jan. 5, 1806. "The same day his grandfather Ware 



died." 



42. 



Jesse 4 (Samuel, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), born July 31, 1750, in New 
Braintree, Capt. in Hardwick Sept. 9, 1750 ; died October, 1829, in 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. Went from Pittsfield to Niagara Falls, 1800 
to 1812. Returned to Dalton, Mass. He married, first, in New 
Braintree, April 12, 1774, Anna Woods, of New Braintree. He 
married, second, Eunice (Lawrence) Scott, (born Winchester, 
N. H., July 22, 1767 ; died Moscow, N. Y.) [She had married, 
first, James Scott; child Elijah Scott, born 1787; married Clarissa 
Farwell, had 9 children; lived Moscow, N. Y.] Eunice walked 
with Solomon and Sophi-onie in 1812 from N. F. to Lewistown, 
10 miles, by night. [Mrs. Wallace.] 

Child of Jesse and Anna : 

i. Anna, 5 b. in New Braintree, Oct. 20, 1776 ; m. Calvin Bannister. 

Children of Jesse and Eunice : 

113. h. Sylvester Goodale, b. at Brattleboro, Vt., Apr. 28, 1798 ; d. 
about 1857 at New Orleans. 



w IRE GENEAL0G1 , ' < 

Ml. iii. Solomon Lawrence, b. Oct. 18, L800; d. Feb. 8, 1849. 

iv. SoPHBONiA,d.iD Dal ton, June, L843. "Prim old maid; good 
aa gold." 

43. 

1j:i:m:/.kk' (Ebenezer* Robert*), born in Wrentham, May L6, 
1709; died Jan. 25, 1771: married Mary, daughter of Robert 
and Mary Fuller, of Needham (born A.ug. 17, 17 17, died Sept. 6, 
L804, aged 88). "Ebenezer left do grandchild of the aame of 
Ware." 

( Ihildren, born in Wrentham : 

i. Noah, 6 Oct. 25, 1738; d. Aug. 25, L764. 

ii. Edee, Oct 31, 1740 ; d. Sept. 28, 1826 ; m. Oct. 14, 1773, Daniel 
Pond. He was al Lexington, and served 8 mos. afterwards. 
He was a son oi Jacob i Ephraim, Daniel ) and Abigail ( Heath) 
Pond (b. Feb. 9, L726 7, d. Nov. 30, L804). [He m. first, 
May 21, I7."»i. Sarah Thurston, who d. Oct. 22, 1776, aged 
16. ] | Pond Family.] 
Children of Daniel and Edee Pond: 

1. Ebenezer, Feb. 13, 1781. 

2. David, -!ul\ 20, 1783, d. after 1872, num. 

3. Jacob, Sept. 1, 1785. 

iii. Ezra, Nov. 2, 17 12: d. A.ug. 21, L757. 
Lv. Mary, Dec. L5, 1711 : d. Oct. 17. 17 is. 
v. Jacob, Dec. 30, L746; d. Oct. 28, 17 is. 

vi. Hi i.i. mi. Nov. 2, 1749; d. Oct I. L80< ; tn. March 18, L790, 
Jason Thompson. 
Children • 

1. < 'iili'iu, died youug. 

2. Jason, died young. 

;;. Mary Fuller, died at Norfolk. April 27, 1881, aged 
87 years, 7 mos. 

vii. BAASHA, Nov. 2, 1751 ; d. May I I. 17-">7. 
viii. David. Dec. LO, 1753; d. May 19, 1757. 
i\. Mart, A.ug. 27, 1756; d. May 27, 1757. 
\. Thankful, May 8, 1758; d. Sept 24, 1762. 



11. 

Eliphai.f.t' f Ebem :• r, Robert' ), born in Wrentham, March 
1711: died Nov. 28, L779 ; married A.ugust 16, 17:;.">, Experience 
Garnsey, of Medway. 

Children, born in Wrentham : * 

i. Eliphalet, 6 June 2, 1734; d. Jan. 10, 1756. "Died of dckness 

* L. L. W. said Experience had sixteen children, one pait of fcw ins. 



78 WARE GENEALOGY. 

at Sheffield when he was returning home from the army that 

went against Crown Point." 
ii. Experience, March 27, 1736: m. at Medfield, April 30, 1762, 

Jeremiah Morse, 
hi. Mariam, May 23, 1739. 
i\. Elizabeth. July 2, 1741 ; d. Nov. 7, 1813; m. May 16, 1765, 

Lemuel Wight (d. June 21, 1821); both died in Foxboro'. 

Lemuel was probably son of Thomas (Eliezer. Thomas, 

Thomas) and Mary (Richardson) Wight (b. in Medfield, Sept. 

16, 1746). He entered the army 1761; was discharged in 

1783 : served at West Point. 
Children, born in Wrentham : 

1. John Morse. Nov. 30, 1765. 

2. Lemuel, March 9, 1769. 

. Hannah, Feb. 10, 1771, d. unm. at Foxboro, Sept. 5, 1851. 

4. Thomas, May 7. 1772. 

5. Mary, .June 1, 1774. 

6. Janus. 

7. Simon. 

115. v. Nathan. March 21, 1743 ; d. in Wrentham, July 4, 1831, aged 88. 
vi. Kezia, March 21, 17-13: d. March 27. 1756. 

vii. Sarah. Jan. 9, 174 4-5 ; married March 8, 1770, Aaron Brackett. 

116. viii. Oliver, March 10, 1746; d. in Franklin. March 16, 1819. 

117. ix. Asa, July 21, 1751. 



45. 

Elisha 4 {Ebenezer* Robert' 1 ), born in "Wrentham, March 21, 
1715; died at (X.) Wrentham, July 18, 179G, aged 81; mar. 
Feb. 12, 1746-7, Phoebe (b. 171s, died Oct. 10, 1792), daughter 
of Samuel Clark, who held a large grant of land from the crown, 
16*02. Some of Elisha's descendants still own parts of this grant. 
Elisha gave the land for the church at N. "Wrentham. 

"Samuel Clark, 1692. had a tract of laud as a grant in N. Wrentham 
and built a house upon it 1700-1705. He gave his daughter Phoebe for a 
dowry a tract between Asa White's house and Elisha Rockwood's. Eben- 
ezer 3 Ware gave land for the church. Elisha was at the time of the raising 
of the meeting house an old man with long white hair: he wore a long 
gown and carried a staff. In 1796, while the old meetinghouse on the hill 
was being raised (in pi Norfolk), Elisha sat in his chair and viewed 

the raising." Lyman E. Ware has the chair. 

Children, born in N. Wrentham : 

i. Lots, 5 Feb. 19, 1747-8; d. Nov. 28, 1820; m. June 18, 1770. 

Josiah Ware, of Xeedham (Josiah, Nathaniel). [See No. 35 

above.] 
ii. Deborah, May 15, 1750; d. March 26, 1757. 
hi. Eunice, Aug. 23, 1752: d. March 21, 1757. 



w \i;i: GENE \u»i;y. 79 

iv. Elisha, March 5, L756; d. Jan. I. 1757. 
v. rii.i be, Jan. -'. L758; d. Jan. 23, L820j m. Dec. 27, 177:'. Dea- 
con Asa Ware, of Wrentham (Josiah, Nathaniel). [See No. 87.] 
118. \i. Joel, Aug. 81, L760; d. March 23, L838. 

16. 

Robert* (Robert*, Robert'), born in Wrentham, Nov. 27, 
1711 ; married May 1, L735, Bather (Thomas, Samuel) Man (born 
Aug. L9, L712). He was an Anabaptist in L752. 

( inildren, born in Wrentham : 

i. Esther, 6 May 30, L739, married June 30, L 7 63, as his second 
wife, Dr. Noah Puller, of Wrentham (b. March 28, 1739) ; 
removed to Westmoreland, N. EL, aboni 177'.'. He d. April 
29, 1809; buried at Surry. [He bad married, first, Oct. 30, 
1760, Dorothy Hunt, (b. Jan. 17. 171"., d. Aug. 16, 1762); 
and had one son, Josiah, b. 1761.] Dr. Noah Fuller was a 
man of considerable importance in Westmoreland. 
Children, born in Wrentham : 

1. Noah, I-. May 28, 1764; d. Jan. L847; mar. Feb. 11, 
L790, Olive Staples (b. May 1 I. 1768; d. April, L850), 
dan. of Jacob and Lois ( Edson) Staples of Westmore- 
land. Resided in E. Westmoreland. Farmer. 

•_'. Robert, b. .Mar.!. 1766; m. Oct, L803, Rhoda French. 

3. Esther, b. Jan. 25, L768; m. Capt. John Flint of Wal- 
pole, N. II. 

I. Dorothy, b. Jan. 21, 1770; d. .Mar. 26, 1761, 91 yrs., num.- 

■>. Abigail, b. Feb. 1. 177l'; m. at Westmoreland, Maj 15, 
17'.»7. Sherebiah Leach, Jr. They removed to Vermont. 

6. Joshua, b. Feb. 10, 1771 ; mar. June 22, 1801, Mercy 

Felt 

7. Sibyl, b. Jan. 15, 1777; mar. June, 1808, Stephen Brit- 

ton, son of Ebenezer and Sarah (Bullock) Britton of 
Raynham, Mass., and Westmoreland, N. II. (Sibyl 
was his lM wife, 1>. Apr. 21, 1765, at Raynham.) 

8. Joseph, b. July 30, 1779; d. July 26, L856; lived at E. 

Westmoreland; mar. Jan. 30, L802 (3?) Annie, dan. 
of Josiah and Annabel Knight, <>i Worcester and W i 
moreland (b. in Worcester, Jan. 7. 1 7 7 . » ; d. Jan. 22, 
L858). 

9. Bettee, b. Aug. 10, 1783; d. July L0, 1797. (Only one 

b. in Westmoreland. ) 

This Betty was one of "the wonders of her times," — 
Bomewhat of a religious enthusiast. She has left behind her a 

i\ remarkable written account of her last sickness. — [From 
Mrs. Ella Patten Abbot's notes for a "History oJ \^ 
moreland, N. II. "J 

ii. Robert, Feb. 2, 1740-1, num. 
iii. Sarah, Maj L8, 17 t3. 



80 WARE GENEALOGY. 

iv. Betty, Feb. 23, 1744[-5]. Mar. Oct. 19, 1769, John George, 
v. Eldad, Jan. 1, 1748-9; d. Dec. 22, 1769. 

vi. Rachel, Sept. 1, 1751. Mar. May 18, 1769, Oliver Garnley of 
Richmond. 

47. 

Timothy 4 {Robert, 2 Robert''), born in Wrentham, Dec. 23, 
1715; died "Nov. 29, 1794, in his 79th year"; buried on the 
" North Plain " ; married first, Jan. 18, 1742-3, Mary, daughter 
of Paul and Hannah Healy (born Nov. 30, 1720, died June 27, 
1767, 47th year) ; married second, June 1, 1769, in W., Rachel 
(Ball) Stearns (died June 11, 1800, 68th year). 

Children, all by first wife, born in Wrentham : 

i. Mary, 5 Dec. 2, 1743; m. Feb. 14, 1765, Joseph, son of Jabez 
Hill (b. April 20, 1730). 

Children : 

1. Jason. 2. Joseph. 3. Molly. 

ii. Olive, Nov. 20, 1746; m. Jan. 12, 1769, Thomas Messenger, 
Wrentham. 
120. iii. Timothy, Nov. 20, 1746 ; d. May 30, 1798. 
W 121. iv. Elias, May 30, 1754. 

48. 

Joseph 4 (Robert 3 , Robe?^), born in Wrentham, Jan. 23, 1717— 
8 ; died " Sept. 4, 1811, 94th yr." ; buried at Blake's Hill ; married 
first, Jan. 7, 1747-8, Sarah Heaton (died Sept. 3, 1776, 56th 
year). 

Married second, Jan. 6, 1778, Hannah Pasmore of Mendon (died 
Feb. 21, 1811, 84th year, at Wrentham). 

Child (perhaps others) : 

i. Ichabod, 6 May 30 ; d. June 2, 1761. 

49. 

Jonathan 4 (Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born in Wrentham, May 8, 
1720; died in Wrentham, Sept. 3, 1775; married in W., April 
19, 1748, Mary Shuttleworth — then pronounced " Sheckleworth " — 
(died a widow April 9, 1797).* 

*It is said that Jonathan was a very small man, and also that he was not very cou- 
rageous, and sometimes his wife thought it necessary to use the rod of correction to 
break him of being so timid. His brother Ichabod did not like the training that his 
brother received, and proposed taking his place sometime when he expected the correc- 
tion. So one night when the cows had not come home from pasture and it was getting 
dark, Jonathan's wife sent him for them. He hunted for them, but could not find 
them. On the way back he met his brother, and Ichabod said " Let us change clothes 



WARE GENEALOGY. s 1 

Children, born in Wrentham : 

i. Abial 8 (dan.), Aug. 11, 1 7 .". < > : m. Feb. 14, 1771, Joseph (b. Feb. 
is, i: 18), bob "i Caleb (John, John, Ralph) Day and Bethiah* 
(Ebenezer, 8 Robert 9 ) Ware (b. Feb. 18, L748). Joseph Day d. 
.Inly 29, 1817. 
Children of Joseph and Abial (Ware) Day: 

1. Enoch, Dec. 6, 1771 ; removed to Swanzey, N. H. ; m. 

in Winchester, N. II., 1797, Reb i Lawrence. 

[Reg. L883, 398.] 

2. Eunice, Dec. 1, 177-! ; <1. umn. May 11. L852. 

122. ii. Samuel, Sept. •-'. 17."».l ; d. Oct. 22, I J29, at Franklin. 

50. 

Henry 4 (Robert,* Robert*), born in Wrentham, April 20, 1722; 
died there " Feb. 6, 1776, 5 Itli year " ; buried on the North Plain ; 
married Dec. 20, 1749, lather Cheever. 

Children, born in Wrentham : 

i. SlLENi E, 6 July 1 •'.. d. July 17, 1752. 

123. ii. As.vrn, Nov. :.'<>, L755 ; m. June L5, 177"), Mercy Clark. 

iii. Eunice, Aug. 23, 17.~i7; m. in W. April is, 1781, Benjamin 
Metcalf (Pelatiah, Michael, Eliazer, John, Michael). Resided 
in W rent ham. 

Children : 

1. Henry. 2. Esther. 3. Lydia. 4. Eunice. 5. Pelatiah. 

iv. Lydia, Dec. 15, 1758. 

v. James, Sept. 24, 1761 ; is helieved to have m. April 17, 1781, 

Cynthia Ray. " Jutton, child of James "Ware, b. in Wilming- 

ton, Vt., Nov. L9, L785." 

51. 

Xhomas' (Robert,' .Robert*), born in Wrentham, Oct. 4, 1725: 
died Nov. 1 L 17U1; married Nov. 13, 1751, liebeekah Dinsmore. 
Children, born in W. : 

i. Margaret, 6 Feb. 10, 1752; [m. April 4, 1771, Joseph Kings- 
liury ?~J. 
1 25. ii. ( ►LIVER, July 4, 17."i I. 

52. 

Ichabod 4 (Robert,* Robert'), born in Wrentham, June 1. 1728; 
died there Oct. 24, 1810, 83d year; buried on the North Plain; 

and I «i!l go ami take the whipping in your stead." So they changed their clothes ami 
Jchaboil walked int.. the bouse, ami it i~ Baid Mary received the correction she intended 
for Jonathan, and she never attempted to correct "her husband after that. [I.. 1.. w.i 
6 



82 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

married May 30, 1754, Sarah Skinner of Norton (died Aug. 2, 
1765, 31st year; married second, Feb. 13, 1766, Marcy Stearns 
(died in W., Aug. 10, 1805, 75th year.) 

Children of Ichabod and Sarah, born in Wrentham : 

126. i. Nathan, 5 Dec. 29, 1754. 

ii. Lois, Jan. 8, 1757 ; m. Nov. 27, 1783, Thaddeus Whiting, in W. 

127. iii. Obed, Feb. 19, 1759 ; d. at Whitefield, Me. 

128. iv. Joseph, Oct. 11, 1761 ; d. Jan. 12, 1837. 

Children of Ichabod and Marcy : 

129. v. Ebenezer, Jan. 28, 1767 ; d. June 11, 1834 ; m. in Mansfield, 

March 9. 
vi. Sarah, June 12, 1770 ; m. Oct. 29, 1793, James Cheever, Wren- 
tham. 

130. vii. Cyrus, Aug. 20, 1777 ; d. Jan. 28, 1856, in his 80th year. 



53. 

Jabez 4 (Michael* Robert'), born in Wrentham, Feb. 28, 1722 ; 
died in Franklin, June 28, 1805 ; married first, in Wrentham, Dec. 
16, 1746, Mary, daughter of Thomas (Samuel) and Hannah 
(Addis) Man (born July 15, 1725, died in F. Feb. 14, 1789). 
They were among the earliest members of the church in the West 
Precinct, joining in 1742. [Hist. Franklin.] Married second, in 
Franklin, Nov. 11, 1789, Hannah Allen (died April 29, 1791). 
Lived in the part of Wrentham which became Franklin. 

Children, all by his first wife, born in Wrentham : 

i. Jabez, 5 Jan. 15, 1747-8 ; d. June 9, 1750. 

131. ii. Phinehas, April 22, bapt. April 29, 1750 ; d. Jan. 17, 1826. 
iii. Jerusha, July 31, 1752 ; m. Oct 19, 1769, Reuben Daniels of 

W. 
iv. Mart, April 12, 1754 ; m. May 6, 1779, Elias Man. 

Children : 

1. Polly. 

2. Daughter, m. Alley. 

3. Betsey, m. Deac. Metcalf. 

4. , d. young. 

132. v. Jason, March 10, 1756 ; d. May 11, 1843 ; removed to Union, 

Me. 
vi. Elizabeth, June 13, 1758. 

133. vii. Amos, March 29, bapt. March 30, 1760 ; removed to Paxton, 

Mass. ; d. May 18, 1833. 
viii. Amelia, Jan. 28, 1762; d. March 12, 1788, Asa Metcalf of 

Franklin, 
ix. Chloe, d. in Franklin, Nov. 27, 1837, unm. 



WAKE OBNEALOOT. «3 

54. 

Mil ii \i i ' f Michael', Robert 1 ), bora Dec. 5, 1725 ; died in Buck- 
land, Mass., aboul L814. Member of Capt. Blake's company in 
IT.'h"). Remarried 1st, Feb. 5, L754, A Mel, daughter of Michael 
: t ii> 1 Abie] (Colburn) Metcalf, in Wrentham; she died Dec. 25, 

17">7. He married 2d, Limy < i rant. 

•• Ifiohad and liis son Abial are the ones who were andei I apt. Samuel 

Fisher (and probably CoL Turner) in March, IT.si, in the Ltfa Suffolk 

Co. regiment detached to serve under Maj. (ifii. I.i In for forty days' 

campaign by order of Gov. Hancock." [F. II. Richmond, Springfield, 
Maes., 1896.] 

Children of Michael 4 and Al>iel: 

i. .! lne, s b. Nov. 7, L75 I. 
134. ii. Abiel (son), b. Dee. 25, 1757, in Wrentham. 

Children of Michael 4 ami Lucy: 

iii. Molly, b. Oct. 15, 1759, in Wrentham; " Dolly ^ m. June 10, 
1779, Fliphalet Farrington. 
Ariel, b. about 177") ; d. (in summer of 1832) in Buckland. 
Michael, b. at \Yr.. 17(',:» ; >-,i. aird si," [181!>]. 
Reuben, d. at San Francisco. 
( i-eoege, il. at Buckland. 

James, d. in 1816. p a Ii 

\m.i\n. 

I 



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iv. 


136. 


v. 


137. 


vi. 


138. 


vii. 


139. 


viii 


I In. 


IX. 




X. 




ii. 



I.;.v. ** 



Phcsbe. 



55. 



Jonathan 1 (Jonathan? iZobert*), born in Wrentham, April 16, 
L734; died in Mansfield, Mass., .March 8, 1774. He married in 
Wrentham, May 28, 1756, Mclatiah, daughter of Samuel (Eleazer, 
Michael, Michael; Metcalf and Judith (John, Thomas) Georgo 
(born Oct. 16, 1736, died in Fexboro', July 28, 1821). He served 
in ('apt. Samuel Hay's company, Col. Miller's regiment, in 1758. 
Jonathan died intestate; inventory made and widow appointed 
administratrix, March 29, 177 1. The estate was settled by Mcla- 
tiah Everett, May ;>, 1776; and on the same day John Everett was 
appointed guardian fro Nancy (over fourteen), Paul, Eleanor, 
Leonard and Cyrus. Mclatiah (Metcalf) Ware married, second,* 

•Tlii- marriage with Job White was inserted on the authority of Jo 
Who wrote :—" Mi mother mourned four husbands ; .... bv her t f JobWhil 

Beld, none. other evidence, however, has | >i-> < t. . •• 1 that the marriage, though 
apparently contemplated, never took place, prevented probably by the death ol 
■\\ lot c. which oocurred Sept. J7, 1 7 7 -~> . in his 50th year. In bia « ill. dated the previous 
day, he leaves "to Mrs. Melatiah Ware two pounds for her to get morning with " Job 
White's second « ife, Susanna, had died the prei ions Februarj . 



84 "WARE GENEALOGY. 

April 25, 1776, as his second wife, John, son of Ebenezer of Fox- 
boro' (John, John, Richard of Dedham) and Joanna (Stevens) 
Everett, of Wrentham* (born June 1, 1736, in Methuen ; married 
first, Abigail Nickerson ; died in Foxboro', March 25, 1799). 
Children : Melqtiah and Metcalf Everett, born in Foxboro', June 
24,1777; Horace Everett, July 18, 1779. She married third, 
Feb. 25, 1802, John Whiting of Wrentham (died 1811). 

Children of Jonathan and Melatiah Ware, born in Wrentham : 

i. Nancy, 6 June 2, 1757 ; d. in St. Albans, Vt. ; m. Feb. 1, 1781, 
in W., Enoch Billings of Stoughton, b. Oct. 27, 1754 ; removed 
to Vermont. 

141. ii. Frederick, Sept. 3, 17G0 ; d. 1820, at Pomfret, Vt. " Dr." 

142. hi. Paul, Oct. 6, 1762 ; d. Aug. 12, 1830, 67 years; buried Wren- 

tham Centre, 
iv. Cyrus, Oct. 22, 1764; d. 1766. 

143. v. Jonathan, April 27, 1767 ; d. Feb. 1, 1838. 

144. vi. Cyrus, May 8, 1769 ; d. Feb. 17, 1849, in Montpelier, Vt. 
vii. Eleanor, July 26, 1770 ; d. Feb. 25, 1794, at Foxboro'. 

viii. Leonard, Sept. 11, 1773, in Mansfield, Mass.; d. unm., Sept. 
9, 1800, in Columbia, O. 



56. 

Melatiah" {Jonathan, 3 Robert*), born in Wrentham, April 
19, 1736 ; died Feb. 13, 1799, in Foxboro'; removed to Wilming- 
ton, Vt. ; married in Wrentham, Nov. 23, 1758, Chloe Man (born 
May 26, 1741). 

Children, born in Wrentham and Foxboro' : 

i. Molley, 5 Sept. 14, 1759; m. Joseph Pond of Wrentham; or 
she married Benjamin Randlett. [Mrs. Smith.] 

ii. Charlotte, July 31, 1761 ; Caroline (Wrent. Rec.) died Oct. 10, 
1832 ; m. Aug. 30, 1787, in Foxboro', Samuel Forrest. 

Children : 

1. Samuel, Aug. 27, 1788. 

2. Charlotte, Dec. 23, 1790. 

3. Amos, March 14, 1793. 

4. Fanny, Feb. 19, 1796. 

5. Martin Clair, Sept. 12, 1799. 

6. Betsey, April 23, 1801. 

7. Laura, April 6, 1804. 

hi. Fanny, March 10, 1765 ; m. Samuel Pettee. 
iv. Chloe, April 27, 1767 ; m. May 5th, 1786, Hezekiah Pettee, 
in Foxboro' (d. March 16, 1822). 



* The youngest of the lfine children of Ebenezer Everett was Oliver, born in Dedham, 
June 11, 1752. He was the father of Hon. Edward Everett, and grandfather of Kev. E. 
E. Hale, D.D., of Boston. 



w \i;f. genealogy. 85 

Children : 

1. , bora and died Feb. 20, 1787. 

*_'. Hannah, Jane 18, L788. 

8. Tyler, Aug. 81, 1790. 
I. Ohloe, Feb. 20, 1798. 
."). Daniel, Maj 8, 1795. 

6. Lewis, .Nov. 24, 1797. 

7. Harriet, May 9, d. -May 10, 1802. 

B. /;>'//.,•. April 24, L803; d. Aug., L805. 

9. Addison, July 20, d. L804. 

10. 4«««/, Feb. 28, 1806. 

11. WiUard, Oct. 1 I. 1812. 

v. Ltjcretia, June 21, 1769 ; m. Jan. 20, L787, Zebulon Pond. 
vi. s i: i.i n \, July 23, 1 7 7 J ; in. Anthony Stetson. 
24"). vii. Melatiah (son), Feb, Hi. 177."* ; removed to Wilmington, Vt. ; 

(1. May 7. ML"., ag.-d 7<». 
146. yiii. Horatio Gates, June 8, 1778; d. Feb. 8, 1856. 
J 17. ix. Daniel Leonard, March 5, 1783; d. April 23, 1854. 
x. Betsey, May L9, 1786; m. Nathan Foster. 
Children: 

1. Kezia, m. Xath'l Hyde. 

2. Nathan. 

3. Charlotte, m. Aaron Dennison, Birmingham, Eng. 
•4. Oliver, d. before 1887. Married. 



57. 

Samuel 4 (Bphraim* Ephraim*), }>"m in Needham, Nov. 23, 
1722; married Deborah Lovewell of Weston (published Dec. 15, 

1750). 

Children, born in Needham: 

i. II w\ \n. ; ' Sept. 15, 1751. 
ii. Bl N.i LMIN, April 7, 1 75 I. 

iii. Samuel, April 2 1. 1756, "jr." ; m. Nov. 26, 1778, in Needham, 
Deborah, dau. of John and Deborah Edea (b. Sept. I s . L758). 
The widow married Oct. 28, 1788, Philip Floyd, in Needham. 

iv. Ephraim, June 8, L759 ; d. Sept. 13, or "30th," 1820, aged 61 ; 
" Lieut." •• He sustained the character of an honest man, a 
kiinl husband, a virtuous and useful citizen. His property 
mostly bequeathed to the support of the ministry in lii* native 
town." — [Epitaph.] He married Feb. 11, 1790, Persis, dau. 
of Robert and Rachel Smith (b. Nov. 30, 1761, d. Sept 18, 
1832, aged 71, in N.) "After discharging the duties in the 
relation of a wife, relative, neighbor : friend and Christian : we 
trusl she fell asleep in Jesus." [Epitaph.] 

v. Elizabeth, Oct l 1. 1761 ; m. July 20, L780, John, boh of John 
and Deborah Edea (b. April 24, I !■< I). 



86 WARE GENEALOGY. 



58. 

Ephralm 4 (Ephvaim* Ephraim*) , born in Needham, Mass., 
Jan. 14, 1725 ; died Sept. 30, 1792 (in what is now Concord, Me.). 
Lived first in Dedhani, Mass., about August 2, 1767. Later in 
Groton. Removed to Somerset Co., Maine, 1790. Physician. 
Married, July 26, 1764, Martha, daughter of Josiah and Elizabeth 
Parker, of Groton, Mass. (born Jan. 7, 1737, died in Groton, 
April 4, 1776). He lived in Plantation 1, Bingham Purchase, 
1st Range west of Kennebeck river, now Concord, Me. Buried at 
Elmwood Lawn, Athens, Me. He married, second, in Cambridge, 
Mass., Oct. 13, 1785, Mrs. Abigail Gamage. 

He did not escape the attacks of professional rivals. " Feb. 11, 
1766, Dr. Lincoln called here to apologize for stooping so low as 
to practice with a certain quack named Eph m Ware who came as 
soon as my Father dyed to endeavore to succeed him in ye practice 
of Phys k in Dedham." "Feb. 19, 1768, Ephraim Ware, call'd 
Dr., gone to the Place from whence he came Bag and Baggage." 
[From the "Ames Diary." Dedham Hist. Reg. April, 1891, p. 
59.] 

Children : 

150 i. Abel, 5 Feb. 28, 1766, in Dedham ; d. June, 1803, in Athens, Me- 
ii. John, Dec. 5, 1767, in Dedham; d. Aug. 1829, in Athens, Me.; 
unm. Removed to Norridgewock, Me., 1787 ; Athens, 1817. 
"A man of strong and penetrating mind; firm resolution, honest 
in dealing and successful in business." "Was never married. 
He followed his brother Abel to Maine and made a chopping 
in Solon. After a few years he sold his land for 150 bushels 
of rye, which he rafted down the Kennebec to Augusta, in 
barrels made by himself, and exchanged it for powder, shot, 
tea and other articles. At Norridgewock he worked at his 
business as a cooper, and by degrees established a trade in pro- 
visions, etc., with the settlers and Indians. Representative to 
General Court of Massachusetts, 1808-9 ; gave land and money 
toward the erection of county buildings after the separate or- 
ganization of the State of Main/? in 1820. In 1817 he moved 
to Athens, where he also engaged in trade. His success in 
business was so great that at his death he was probably the 
wealthiest man in Somerset Co." [Hist, of Norridgewock, Me.] 
hi. Sarah, Sept. 18, 1769, in Groton ; d. March 23, 1851 ; m. March 
10, 1796, Richard Sawtelle, Jr., of Groton (b. at Shirley, Feb. 
6, 1769, d. Dec. 23, 1838). Removed to Norridgewock, Me. 
Children, all of whom married and had families : 

1. Harriet, b. Dec. 19, 1796; married Calvin Selden ; d. 

Apr. 18, 1880. 

2. Mary, b. Aug. 18, 1798 ; d. Jan. 1829 ; married Daniel 

Williams. 



w vui; <;km:w.(m;v. 87 

3. Sarah, b. April 80, lsoi ; ,l. April 10, 1889; married 
( 'liiirlts < irrcii, son of Rev. Benjamin (Benjamin and 
Martha) and Lydia ((lark) (Rev. Jonas ('lark of 
Lexington), (b. al Marblehead, Feb. 21, 1796, d. Aug. 
24, L852.) 

l. John War*, b. March 2, l so:; : ,1. Dee. 21, L878. 

5. Cullen, b. Sept. 24, L805; d. Nov. 10, L887. 

G. Martha, b. .Inly 27. isos; ,1. July I, L885j married 
Aug., 1820. Cyrus Fletcher. 

7. I'nuhur, b. Oct 18, L810; d. Aug. 11. L878; married 

John Merrill. 

8. Maria, b. Jan. 9, 1813 ; d. Jan. 4, 1878; married Abra- 

ham, son of Theophilus Sanborn. 

9. George, b. Feb. 25, L815. 

iv. "Bi'.i.A. .Inly 1*2, 1771 ; d. Feb. 27, 1772. in Groton. 
v. Bela, July '.', 1773 ; d. Aug. 10, 177."), in Groton. 

59. 

Robert 4 {Robert* Ephraim*), born August 27, 1733, in 
Needham; "d. in Fitzwilliam, N. H., March 8, 1814, aged 81." 

He married Eunice , and lived probably in Fitchburg ; had a 

son born in Leominster. "Robert Ware came to Monadnock No. 4, 

before 1772, and settled in L. 14, R. 1. He also owned L. 14, R. 2, 
the southern half of which he sold to James Richardson of Leomin- 
ster, Mass., Jan. 27, 1772, for £ ( J Is. 7d., and the northern half 
to Samuel Kendall of Leominster, Feb. 1773, for £15. In both 
of the deeds he is called "of No. 4," showing that he was then a 
resident of the town. In 1798 he bad 65 acres with his house, 
worth $40, on lot 14, Range 1. Mr. Kendall settled upon the land, 
about the time he bought it. In the list of the inhabitants the 
name of the town from which he came is not given, although it is 
in most of the other cases. He signed the call for a town meeting 
Feb. 25, 177o, when it was voted to abide by the doings of the 
Continental Congress. — [History Fitzwilliam, X. II., p. 750.] 
Children : 

i. " Rnr.i ut, 8 son of Robert and Eunice Ware, b. Feb. 8, 1765." 
[Leominster rec] "Robert, jr. d. July 12, 1809, aged 13." 
[Fitzwilliam rec.] 

h. Infant, d. March 18, 1773. 

iii. El m< IE, bap. April 20, 177 1 ; married June S, 17'.M. Win. Rob- 
bins ( b. April 26, I77U; d. April I. L853, son of William and 
Hannah (Paine) Bobbins of Rindge). Resided in Fitzwilliam 
1809 to 1814; removed to Wincbendon. 
(' ild: 

Nancy, Nov. 11. 1800; d. April 80, 1885; married Blisha 
(Samuel) Benl (b. Dec. 10, 1798; d. Nov. 18, L865), 
June ■>;), ls:il. 



88 WARE GENEALOGY. 

iv. Abel, born in 1775, died March 22, 1795, from injuries received 
by a fall in a sawmill. 

60. 

Jonathan 4 (Robert,* Ephraim~), born in Needham, Aug. 4, 
1738; married, it is probable, in Fitchburg, April 11, 1769, Han- 
nah Battles, of Leominster. He and his descendants generally have 
adopted the spelling, " Wares." 

Children, born in Fitchburg : 

i. Hannah, 5 Oct. 18, 1769, married John Battles. 
Child : 
Martin, b. Fitchburg, 1800. [See Hist. Hingham.] 

ii. Ltdia, Aug. 8, 1771 ; died unm. 
hi. Jonathan, March 21, 1773 ; died unm. 

152. iv. Samuel, July 18, 1775 ; d. Sept. 21, 1840. 

v. David, Aug. 26, 1781 ; d. Feb. 5, 1802, unm. 

153. vi. James, Aug. 25, 1783 ; d. at Townsend, Mass., March 18, 1856. 



( 



62. 



Ebenezer 4 (Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer 2 ), born in Needham, April 
22, 1726 ; removed to Hancock. N. H., 1791 ; died there- June 26, 
1795, "jr." [sic ?] ; married Nov. 7, 1751, Esther, daughter of 
Jonathan and Ruth Hunting (born June 19, 1730, died in Han- 
cock, Nov. 2S, 1806). 

Children, born in Needham : 

i. Ebenezer 5 , April 6, bapt. July 15, 1753 ; d. Aug. 22, 1766. 
157. ii. Jonathan, Sept. 2,3, bapt. Sept. 26, 1756. 

iii. Rhoda, Feb. 27, bapt. March 4, 1759 ; d. March 1, 1777. 
iv. Esther, April 10, bapt. April 18, 1762 ; m. December 31, [1781?] 
as his second wife, Moses, son of Jeremiah and Elizabeth 
(Woodstock) Eaton, (b. June 19, 1753 ; d. Feb. 18, 1833). 
She d. Dublin, Oct. 22, 1850. Removed to Hancock, N. H., 
from Needham, 1793. He was a soldier in the Revolution. 

Four children born in Needham, the rest in Hancock : — 

1. Anna, July 13, 1783 ; died young. 

2. Lois, 1786 ; d. May 30, 1816. 

3. Elizabeth, May 16, 1791 ; d. July 2, 1792. 

4. Hannah, Dec. 1, 1793 ; died young. 

5. Moses, Aug. 3, 1796, in Hancock; d. Nov. 16, 1886; 

m. Nov. 20, 1835, Rebecca, dau. of John and Rebecca 
( Derby) Pratt of Dublin. 

6. Esther, Aug. 6, 1798 ; d. Dec. 2, 1858 ; m. March 16, 

1820, Daniel Fiske of Dublin. 

7. Rhoda, June 13, 1806; d. March 25, 1875; m. Dec. 

22, 1831, Nathan Holt. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 89 

v. Sarah, Sept. 2, l >;i f » t . Sept 6, 17»'.7: d. Nov. 1, L845; m. is 

Needham, Feb. 1*>, I7'.»i', Lemuel, si f .leremiah and Kliza- 

beth (T9 tcock) Baton (b. Feb. 26, L758). Removed to 

I [ancock, \. II. 

Children : 

1. Lemuel, Oct 16, 1794; d. Dec 17. 1869 ; m. June 2, 

L881, Eunice, dau. of [saac and .Mary (( handler) 
Jtwett. 

2. Ebenezer, March 20, 1797; d. Nov. 1 I. L810. 

8. Timothy, A.ug. I. 1799; d. March 7. 1884 ; m. March 
25, L825, Nancy, daughter of Shadrach and Fanny 

Ward. 

L58. vi. Ebenezer, April 11, bapt. April 15, 1770; d. in Hancock, N. H., 
Oct. 7, L857. 

63. 

Nathaniel 4 (Nathaniel,* Ebenezer*), bom in Needham, Sept. 
21, 1730, "jr."; married June 10, 1762, Patience, daughter of 
John and Rebecca ( Wo< id ward) Ward, of Newton (born 1739, 
died in Hancock, X. II., March 3, 1831 ). 

The father-in-law of Nathaniel 4 Ware, John Ward, died August, 
1786; on April 25, 1787, the following agreement was made: 

" First the Book you and your sisters shall Divide into fouer parts and I 
will chouse or sum body that I shall send. 

2 the Cows you shal set the Price and I will chouse, the Sheap you 
Shall put in three parts and I will chouse. I Take 9 busel of com and 
have it this Spring. 

the sasse I will have it this Spring the chease 1 will have the •"» part 
of what you have in the house aud the Remader of my Shear I will stay 
till you meke cheese as for the Porch I will have 6fty pound of clear Porck 
and 2 pounds of butter. 2 pound of sewet and 3 pounds of lamp grease 
and have it quick and the 59 pound of money, if your hoggs be Dead my 
opart of theay Ware prised I will Redori [?] oute of that sume . You 
shall let your hoy help sheal the corn and help home with the sheap with 
your horse and Pung. If you consent to all this we will settle all forwith." 

Signed by Nathaniel and Patience Ware. Beulah, Rebecca aud John 
Ward, April 26, 1787. [Communicated by J. F. Kingsbury.] 

He removed to Hancock, X. II., but returned after some years 
to Needham, and died there. 
Children, born in Needham: 

159. i. Jason,* March 19, 1763; d. Feb. 6, 1824, in Hancock, N. II. 

160. ii. Nathaniel, Jan. 7, 1765; d.Jan. 10, 1817, 52d yr., "jr." 
iii. Rebe< i \, An-. 17, 1770; d. July 1, 1792, unm. 



FIFTH GENERATION. 



64. 

William 5 ( William,* John, 3 John*), born in Norton, April 27, 
1731 ; died 1764. Married Mary, daughter of Eliakim (James, 
James, James, "Widow") Walker. Removed to Taunton. 

Children, born in Dighton : 

i. Mary 6 , "Polly," Dec. 1, 1754; m. (pub. Oct. 15, 1779) Shep- 
herd Pierce of Dighton. [D. Rec] 
ii. Perez, died young. [Walker Gen.] 
1G1. hi. William, Oct. 17, 1756 ; d. at Taunton, June 14, 1784. 

iv. Zebiah, June 22, 1759. 
162. *v. James, Jan. 2, 1762. 

65. 

George 5 ( William, 4 John, 3 John*), born in Norton, Aug. 26, 
1734; died Feb. 16, 1771, in his 37th year. He married Mary 
Richmond. ["She married second" (pub. Aug. 29, 1772 at D.) 
Thomas Church, Esq., of Little Compton.] Epitaph in Weir 
Burying Ground, Dighton, Mass. : 

" In memory of Dr. George Ware, Physician, whose genius and abilities 
rendered him respectable and enabled him to discharge with uncommon 
lustre the duties of his profession. Kindness to his wife, care and tender- 
ness to his children, hospitality to man and f ondness to oblige his neighbors, 
were among his social virtues. Having displayed the spirit of a Christian, 
through long and painful sickness, he met death with calmness and resigna- 
tion, Feb. xvi. A. D. MDCCLXXI. Mtatis 37." 

Will probated Taunton, Feb. 25, 1771, mentions these children : 
wife Mary and brother Sylvester Richmond, Execs. 

Children, born in Dighton : * 

i. Anna, 6 Aug. 29, 1755. 

ii. Sarah, July 30, 1757 ; d. unm. May 13, 1819. Bequeathed to 
the children of her brother George. 

* " Geo. Ware the son of Geo. Ware by Mary Winslow was born May y e 29, 1755." 
Dighton Record. Who was this ? 



w IB! GENEALOGY. 91 

168. iii. William Richmond, Aug. 25, L759. (" Went West and disap- 

|ie:OV<l." ) 

164. Lv. Geoege, Sept. 5, 17t',i ; d. Jan. 7, 18<i."i, 1 hh year. 
1 65. v. John Bodobs. 

66. 

Joseph 1 ( William,* John,' John*), born in Pighton, March 4, 
1756; married (pub. Feb. 1"), 1781) Hannah Richmond of Taun- 
ton. She survived him, and married second Zephaniah Talbot 
(pub. Sept 12. IT'.M)). Will dated May 5, 1782, probated in 
1783 [?], mentions Wife Hannah, daughter Abigail and expected 
child ; sister Lydia Ware, exec. 

Children, horn in Pighton : 

i. Abigail.' 

166. ii. Joseph, Aug. 11, 1783. 

67. 

John* (John,* John, 2 John 3 ), born in Wrcntham, August 3, 
1734; died there Jan. 27, 1796, in hia o2d year; buried in Wren- 
tham Centre. lie married March 23, 1763, Hannah George (died 
in Wrentham; buried in Wrentham Centre, Sept. 12, 1809). 

Children, born in Wrentham : 

i. Susie, 6 Dec. 28, 1763 ; d. in W., Sept. 1, 1775. 

167. ii. Richard, June 30, 17(',r,. 

168. iii. Oliver, April 12, 1769; d. Jan. 30, 1820, 51st year, in W.j 

buried in Wrentham Centre, 
iv. Hawaii, July 4, 1771 ; in. in W., Jan. 12, 171)7, Ebenezer Cox 
of Barnard. 

169. v. Marvel, Dec. 8, 1774. 



68. 

William* (John/ John, 3 John 1 ), born in Wrentham, Feb. 
18, 1736-7 : died Oct. 14, 1782; married Elizabeth Hills, Oct. 13, 
1770, at Charlton, Mass. " Pr." "In 1773 allowed 12 ah. 3 d. 
for doctoring the poor." [Charlton Records.] 

Children, born in Charlton : 

170. i. William,* Oct. 13, 177".; married; " had four children. Went 
to N. V." [C. E. S.] 
ii. S 'BAH, A.Ug. •'!. 177"). 

iii. Elizabeth, March I, 1777: d. in Wrentham, Sept 1,1889; 
m. 1st, in Charlton, Mass., "Josiah Town, Jr., April 7. 17'.>.'>, 
both of Charlton." [Town rec] She m. 2d, John Whiting 
of Wrentham, Mass., June 1, 1801. 



92 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

1. Eliza, March 19, 1802; d. Oct. 22, 1833; m. Jan. 2, 

1827, Elisha Knowles. 

2. Margaret Metcalf, July 14, 1804; d. Dec. 27, 1827 ; m. 

Dec. 3, 1826, Richard Whittaker. 

3. Caroline Whiting, Aug. 31, 1806, "unm. invalid"; d. 

Dec. 8, 1881. 

4. Catherine, Aug. 31, 1806; d. Dec. 15, 1833. 

5. John William, May 19, 1808. 

6. Charlotte Ware, Aug. 11, 1814 ; d. at Walpole, June 13, 

1888 ; m. Nov. 24, 1842. 

171. iv. John, b. Dec. 17, 1779, Charlton ; d. " Apr. 29, 1847, 67. 4. 12." 

69. 

Ezra 5 (John, 4 John, 3 John 2 ), born in Wrentham, July 6, 1741 ; 
died there Feb. 2, 1815, in his 74th year; buried at Wrentham 
Centre. He married in Dighton (pub. Oct. 27), Nov. 20, 1764, 
"by Ezra Richmond, Esq.," Hannah Pratt, "both of Dighton." 
She died in Wrentham, July 17, 1800. 

Children, except two eldest, born in Wrentham : 

i. Lois, 6 June 8, 1765, in Cumberland, R. I. ; m. May 17, 1787, 
in Wrentham, Timothy Partridge. 

172. ii. Levi, Jan. 20, 1767, Cumberland, R. T. 

hi. Molly, Sept. 11, 1769 ; d. Feb. 12, 1821, in Wrentham ; unm. 

173. iv. Ezra, June 12, 1772. 
v. Lemuel, Dec. 7. 1774. 

174. vi. Lemuel, Sept. 20, 1776. 

175. vii. John, Sept. 5, 1778 ; d. March 20, 1862. 

viii. Suse, July 28, 1781 ; d. Wrentham, May 26, 1845. 

176. ix. George, June 29, 1784. 

x. Hannah, Oct. 23, 1787 ; m. June 12, 1812, Joel Ruggles. [L. 
L. W., from Wrentham Record.] 

70. 

Moses 5 (Moses,* John, 2 John*), born in Wrentham, Nov. 16, 
1739; died at Keene, N. Y., Aug. 23, 1812; married Dec. 3, 
1761, Rebecca, daughter of William, Jr. and Rebecca (Ware) 
(John, John,) Puffer, both of Norton (born in Wrentham, Nov. 
18, 1741). Removed to Surry after 1773 ; to Gilsum betore 1793, 
"with several boys." "Name on associates' list in S. 1775." 
Moses 5 and Moses 6 removed to Keene in 1806. Member of Cong, 
church, Surry. 

Children, all but two youngest born at Norton, Mass. : 

i. Eunice, 6 Dec. 1, 1763 ; d. 1807 ; m. John Ellis of Gilsum, July 
31, 1783 ; removed to Swanzey. 



WARE GENEAL0G1 ■ 93 

Children : 

1. A'//:., April 12, 1784; .1. Nov. 8, L810. 

2, Lucy, Sept 23, 1786. 

8. John, June 80, 1789 ; <l. Swanzey aboul 1828 ; m. Jan. 
26, 181 l. Nabby, dau. of John and Betty (Riggs) I 

Of Keelie. 

1. Naihan, Aug. 9, 1793; m. Clarissa, dan. of Ebenezerand 
Jemima (Ford) Cilburn of Gilsum (b. April 1 I. I7'.h); 
.I. Plattsburg, L869). Settled in Plattsburg, N. V. 
[Gilsum Hist., p. 349.] 

5. Samuel, bap. .March II. L801. 

6. Daniel, bap. June L0, L803. 

177. ii. Coin oki. July 30, 1764. 

178. iii. Elijah, March 9, L768 ; d. June 27, is 17. 78th yr. 
IV. Hi 'i ii. A pril 25, 1771. 

179. v. Benjamin, May L8, 177:; ; d. Jan. 1, 1858, "48. h." 

180. vi. Moses, b. Surry, X. II., June, 1776 3 d. Oct. 20, 1838; rn. 

Hannah llathorn. 
vii. Millt, 1). at Surry. 
viii. Eebekah, b. at Surry, May 10, 1780. 



72. 

Jesse* ( Eliezer,* /.'//< zer*John*') i born March 10, L736-7 ;died 
July 13, 1813, at Franklin; joined church at Franklin in 1777: 

married Dot-. 2<5, 17153, Kc/.ia Mills (joined F. church, Sept. 19, 
1773; died Aug. 23, 1821). He "served in the Revolution." 
Bought a farm of Ezra Pond in Wrentham, West Parish (now 
Franklin ), in 1771. [Pond Family.] 
( 'hildren : 

181. i. Am mm lh, 6 Dec. 27, 1764 : d. Oct, 19, 1842, aged 77. 
L82. ii. Eliazer, Oct. 28, 1766; d. Franklin, Oct. 30, L843, aged 77, 
of fever, 
iii. Kezia, Sept. 29, 1768 ; d. June 29, 1777. 
iv. < )i.i\ i . Jan. 9, 1771: d. young. 
v. I'\ in S( i :. Dec. 9, I 7 7 l' . 

vi. Hannah, July 5, 1771; m. by Rev. II. ESmmons, in Franklin. 
to Benj. Foster of A.ttleboro', March I. L796. "Smothered 
to death." [<;. <;. \\\] 
vii. Olive, March IB, 1777; "married Seth Whiting, Nov. 17, 

L800." [F.] 
viii. Jesse, A.ug. 15, 1779; d. F. Nov. -2-2. 1801. 
183. be. Sanford, Am-. :;i, 1781 ; d. Oct 26, L859. 

x. Silvea, April L9, L788 j d. F. Nov. 22, 1855, onm., "aged ,; <;." 

\ i . I v 1 1 ■ • i . A. 

\ii. Sally. [Did she marry Blackinton?] 



94 WARE GENEALOGY. 



73. 



Billy 5 (Eleazer,* Eleazer* John 2 ), born in Wrentham, March 
21, 1742-3; died in Franklin, Aug. 22, 1821. Cobbler. He 
joined the church, 1782; wife, in 1797. "He built a house on 
Spring St., near Central St., Franklin, in 1775, inherited by his 
daughter Lois, now (1886) occupied by Hannah Pond, widow of a 
son of Joel Adams by a former marriage." He married at Belling- 
ham (by Noah Alden, Bapt. minister) Sarah Partridge, " about 
1772 or 1773." [Town Clerk.] In Wrentham record the state- 
ment is "married in 1767." 

Children, born in Wrentham and Franklin : 

i. Lois, 6 Aug. 23, 1773 ; d. Aug. 9, 1863 ; m. in F., June 26, 1817, 

Joel Adams of Franklin. , 
ii. Jerlsha, July 14, 1776; d. at Franklin in old Eleazer Ware 

house, March 9, 1844, aged 67, unm. 
iii. Amasa, Oct. 12, 1780; d. of whooping-cough at 11 months. 



74. 

Ziba 5 (Miezer, 4 Eliezer, 3 John 2 ), horn Dec. 13, 1744; died 
Aug. 16, 1817 ; m. 1st, Jan. 4, 1770 (June 16, 1769, Swanzey 
Rec.) Kezia, dau. of Israel (John, John, Ralph) and Maria Day of 
Swanzey; d. March 8, 1792. He married 2d, Dec. 27, 1792, 
Sarah Stephenson, widow (b. Oakham, Mass., March 10, 1745). 
Removed to Winchester, N. H. 

"My grandfather Ziba Ware came up into N. H. from Franklin, Mass., 
about the year 1769 ; he was born Dec. 13, 1744 ; d. [Aug. 1819.] My 
father Zenas was born Feb. 4, 1771, and I am his oldest son, 79 last Feb. 
I well remember a brother of grandfather's visiting Winchester and Swan- 
zey ; his name was Eli, and he had a son who visited us, named Moses, 
and a daughter named Sylvia." [Jonathan D. Ware.] 

Children : 

184. i. Zenas, 6 Feb. 4, 1771 ; d. April 6, 1817. 
ii. Joel, May 30, 1772; d. Aug. 11, 1792. 

iii. Betty, March 8, 1774; d. July 18, 1775. 

185. iv. Ziba, Aug. 19, 1775. 

v. Kezia, April 29 (30), 1777 ; m. in 1800, Rufus Reed of Swansey. 
vi. John, Feb. 20 (28) ; d. March 17, 1779. 

vii. Hannah, Dec. 23, 1780; d. 1857. ("Never married — booked 
for the Lord." J. D. W.) 

186. viii. Jacob, Oct. 5. 1782 ; d. Aug. 17, 1856. 

187. ix. Joseph, May 27, 1785 ; d. Oct. 21, 1848. 

x. Abigail, April 30, 1787; d. Nov. 13, 1790. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 



75. 



Eli 1 { Elu ■:<•)', * Eliezer, 3 John* ), was bora on hie father's 
homestead at Franklin (now Unionville) then Wrentham, 
on May 13, 1748, and died there November 1. L835— 6; this 
homestead is situated near the Bellmgham line at corner of Central 
and Spring Streets; the house is very old, of the low back roof 
pattern, and it is a question whether it was built by Eliezer 4 , or 
Eliezer. 1 It descended to Eli, with the adjoining farm, part by 

purchase and part by inheritance. EL' was \cry religiously inclined 

and attended services regularly at the old church at Franklin Centre 
during his entire life; tradition eays no Inclemency of the weather 
ever kept him away from a single service. United with this church 
in 1781. lie married at Wrentham, June, 27, 1771, Tamar, 
daughter of Samuel and Margaret (Little) Wight, flb. at. W. May 
17, 1750; d. at F. March 1, 1831), She joined Franklin church 
in 1797. 

Children : 

i. Margaret , April 23, 1772; d. May 19, 1837, at the home- 
stead, which she inherited from her father. She m. Otis, son 
of Melohiah and Roth (Fisher) Pond, b. Dee. 26, 1771 ; d. 
1805. 

Child : 

Cynthia, b. Sept. 22, 1803 ; m. 1st. James G. Green, Dec. 
23, 1819 ; she m. 2d, William Watson. 

ii. Hepzibah, Sept 1<>, 177-". ; d. March 6, 1796, unm. 
188. hi. David, Nov. l I. 1777 ; d. May 26, 1840, aged 62 years. ■ 

iv. Moses, Jan. 2. 17s>u ; removed to Vermont. Where all trace of 
him was lost ; visited F. several years later and reported hav- 
ing a family. 

v. Sarah (Salhiy). Sept. 26, 1 7s ! ; d. at Milford. She m. at F. 
< )l>adiah Adams of ^ellingham (brother of Betsey whom her 
brother David married), resided at Canton, where her husband 
disappeared, supposed murdered : m. 2d, Joel Fisher of Stough- 
ton. Two of her daughters I \ firsl husband married son- of 
her second husband by former wife ; when visiting her daugh- 
ters she married their father-in-law [!]. 

She had three children by her first husband: 
George, CJdoe, and BepsibaA. 

vi. Phineas, April 18, L796j d. April 20, 1796. 

76. 

Daniel' {Daniel* Ekazer,' John*), March 5, 1748-9; m. 
Jnly 14, 1785, Survina Greatraikes of Foxboro' ; she died in her 

60th year; buried at North Wrentham. Resided at Wrentham. 



96 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. William 6 , April 3, d. April 17, 1787. 

190. ii. Amherst, May 1, 1788 ; d. April 10, 1860, in W. 

191. iii. Silvanus, June 15, 1791 ; d. Oct. 18, 1811. 
iv. Mercy, Jan. 20, 1795 ; d. Jan. 2, 1862, unm. 

v. Jacob, Oct. 1, 1797 ("of a Sunday morning, at three o'clock "), 
and died Dec. 8, 1797. 

77. 

Elijah 5 (Hezekiah, 4 Eliezer 3 John*), born at Wrentham July 
&, 1739; died March 2, 1813, aged 74; married Jan. 7, 1768, 
Hepzibah Dexter [ ?] . 

Children : 

i. Polly 6 , Oct. 26, 1768. 
ii. Hepzibah, Oct. 31, 1770; m. Oct. 9. 1791, Jotham Davis. 



78. 

Hezekiah 5 (Hezekiah, 4 Eliezer, 3 Jo /m 2 ), born Nov. 27, 1740; 
died June 19, 1779. "Lieut." in 1777 ; on service in E. I. 1778; 
married May 10, 1764, Molly Hall; she died Dec. 9, 1809, aged 
70 years. Resided at Wrentham. 

Children : 

192. i. Jason, 6 Sept. 19, 1765 ; d. Nov. 12, 1836, at Shrewsbury. 

193. ii. Hezekiah, March 9, 1767; d. Dec. 20, 1831. 

Iii. Euxice, Dec. 30, 1769 ; d. April 25, 1808 ; buried at Wrentham 

Centre. " She had lived in a feeble state many years." 
iv. Rhoda, Sept. 21, 1771 ; d. Jan. 28, 1825, "in a fit of apoplexy 

in the family of Mr. Chandler of Attleborough." 
v. Harmon or Hannon, Aug. 12, 1773; d. Feb. 14, 1787. 

194. vi. Preston, Aug. 12, 1777; d. Oct. 11, 1858. 

vii. Sdsan, May 8, 1779; d. at Medfield, March 22, 1864; buried 
Wrentham Centre. 



79. 

Joseph 5 {John,* Joseph, 3 John"), born April 30, 1751 ; "Es- 
quire"; died June 11, 1833; married Sept. 14, 1776, Grace 
(Joseph, Isaac, John) Coolidge (b. May 27, 1755; d. Dec. 1, 
1832), both of Sherborn, married by Eev. Elijah Brown. He lost 
his left arm in the battle of White Plains, but became an able sur- 
geon, teacher and magistrate. Inherited the homestead. He was 
a man of great intelligence, personal dignity and moral worth, and 
ought to be gratefully remembered as one of the most exemplary 
and useful citizens Sherborn ever had. [Morse's Sherborn.] 



WARE GENEALOGY. 97 

( Ihildren, born in Sherborn : 

i. Betsey", Deo. 7. 1777; d. Sept 13, 1857; aged 79, 9, 6. 
Lived al Worcester; m. in Sherborn, June 27, 17' | 7. John 
Mason, Jr., of Shrewsbury ; (Aug. 17, 1 7 7 -"> ; <1. Aug. 20, 1843, 
1 68, 0, 3.) 

Children : 

1. Henry //.. April 29, 1801; d. April 10, 1812, aged . 
10, 11, II. 

•2. Joseph Wine. April 21, L803; d. April 24, L806, aged 
3,0, 

3. Patty Ware (Martha)) May 30, 1805.; m. June 5, L845, 
William W. Pratl <!>. -Ian. 13, 1803; lived al Marble- 
bead). . 

1. Emetine, Sep . 7. 1807/d. Aug. 16, 1842; m. June 22, 
18— , Joel Nourse (.Ian. 12, L803; d. Jan. 18, 1884, 

aged SI year-. 6 il iya )• 

^i. John Coolidge, Worcester, May 27, 1810; d. Feb. 17, 
1883, aged 72, 8, 20; m. June II. L833, Sarah II. n- 
shaw Miles (b. April 27, 181 1 ). 
G. Joseph Wat . $ 27, 1810; d. July i'i".. is.sc, aired 
76, 2, 1 ; in. April 30, 1838, Nancy Flinl (b. July 4, 
L712). 

195. ii. Alpheus, March 23, L780; d. May 23, I- , iged 70. 

196. iii. Ashtjr, Feb. 10, 1782; d. Sept. 10, 18' 

iv. Patty, April 21, L787; d. in her 79th year in ( October, 1865 ; m. 
Horatio Gardner of Sherburne; he died Sept., L866. 

Children: 

1. Delia A.. Feb. L3, L812 ; m. Alfred A. Leland at Sher- 

burne (E. Holliston, P. O.). Blind and an invalid; 
lives with brother, II. W. Gardner [1898]. 

2. Pamelia, April, 1.-U7 ; d. Feb. 14, 1850; music teacher 

at Richmond, Ya. 
:;. Aaron />'.. L819; d. Sept. 1821. 

1. Horatio IT.. Sherburne, D . 1821; m. Harriet A. 

Fiske, Framingham. Living in 1898. 

5. Mary, Oct. 1827 ; d. Oct 8, 1855; m. Samuel Small of 

Portland, Me. 

6. Agazine M., .May 19, 1836; d. \pril s. 1854. 

107. v. Henbt, b. Feb. L5, 1789 ; d. Feb. 23, 181 I. 



80. 

J.. John,* Jos., 3 John'), born in Sherborn, July '. L753; 

died Deerfield, Sept. 1 1, L833. Fought at the siege of Boston and 
at Hunker Hill; acted as adjutant in the expedition under <ien. 

7 



98 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Lincoln to suppress Shay's rebellion, 1786 ;* lived in Sherborn and 
Newton ; built the first paper-mill at Newton Lower Falls, 1790. 
Teacher, surveyor, town officer, magistrate. [Hist. Sherburne.] 
He married 1st, Sept. 28, 1775, Hannah (Caleb, Eliazer, Eliazer, 
Henry) Leland of Sherborn, born May 17, 1757; died "in child- 
bed with her eighth child and is here buried with her infant in her 
arms, JEtatis 32," [gravestone] March 2, 1790, at 2 o'clock, 
A. M. ; buried at Sherbourne, " the first person laid in this burying 
place." He married 2d, Dec. 13, 1790, Zeruiah Brown (died May 
4, 1825, aged 74). 

Children, born at Sherborn. Children of John and Hannah : 

i. Sylvia, 6 Jan. 22, 1776 ; d. Jan., 1828 ; m. in Newton, Jan. 22, 
1794, Dr. Ebenezer Starr of Needham (son of Josiah of Wes- 
ton), " a man of note and influence outside his profession, H. 
C. 1789, representative 2 yrs." 
Children : 

1. Hannah, 1794 ; m. Horatio Hoyt. Farmer in Deerfield ; 

six children. 

2. Horace, 1796 ; m. Ellen Briggs. Merchant, Newton ; 

four children. 

3. Helen, 1798; m. J. S. Emerson; d. in 1823, at Baton 

Rouge, La. 

4. Hector, 1801 ; m. Mary Craft ; d. 1846, at Newton ; six 

children. 

5. Henry, 1807 ; m. 1st, Louisa Crane ; d. in 1836; surgeon, 

Tremont, 111. ; m. 2d, Cath. Culpepper ; three children. 

198. ii. Walter, Sept. 28, 1777 ; d. Newton, June 9, 1822. 

199. iii. Orlando, Aug. 28, 177'.), d. Deerfield, Dec. 5, 1860. 

iv. Sophia, Aug. 13, 1781 ; d. July 19, 1857, Deerfield, unm. Kept 

a shop in Boston. 
v. Eleanor, June 28, 1783 ; m. at Newton, June 28, 1808, Robert 

Small. 
Children : 

1. Robert, 1809 ; d. at sea. Cabinet maker. 

2. Eleanor, 1811 ; m. Joseph Foster. 

3. Martha, 1813 ; m. Henry W. Wellington. 

200. vi. Elbridge, Aug. 14, 1785. 

vii. Pamela, Jan. 21, 1788 ; d. Aug. 1852 ; m. at Newton, Oct. 26, 
1814, Ralph Williams of Deerfield (b. July 4, 1788 ; d. Feb. 
7, 1858). 

* 1786. J. Shay's rebellion : "Mi - . John Ware acted as adjutant in this expedition, 
under General Lincoln. Being sent with orders to a distance from Lincoln's army he 
stopped for refreshment at a tavern in or near Brookfield, where there happened to be 
a small party of insurgents, who took him prisoner, and confined him in an upper 
room of the house while they kept guard below. In the course of the day Ware saw 
from his prison a company of cavalry approaching, which lie soon recognized as being 
on the side of the government. He hailed them from a window of his appartment, and 
made them acquainted with his situation. The house was immediately s'irrounded; 
the Shayites surrendered at discretion, and Ware was enabled to accomplish the object 
of his mission." [Bingham's History of Sherburne.] 



WABE GENEALOGY. I 1 '.' 

Children : 

1. Solomon, 1815; m. 1st, Mar} Blood; m. 2d, Harriet 

Sacket. Lives ( bicopee. Trader. 

2. Catherine, March 20, L817 ; d. June 18, 1891 ; m. Nov. 

l'7, 1838, Wm. Sheldon, Deerfield, farmer (b. April 1, 
1815; <l. Dec 1. 1881), boh of Seth and Caroline. 
;;. Julia ID 1818; m. Henry WilliamB, teacher, Boston. 
viii. Gabriel, March 1 ; d. March I, L790. 

Children of John and Zeruiah : 

ix. Harriet, Jnly 20, 1791, Sndbury; <1. <>f pnenmonia, March 13, 

1872, in Waltham ; unm. 80, 7, I I. 
x. Emily, Feb. 23, 1794, in Newton; m. at Newton; Daniel French 

of Waltham. 

81. 

BENJAMIN 8 (Join/,* Joseph,* John" ), l>orn in Sherburn, Jan. 8, 
1759; died Feb. 2, 1814. "Captain." He married in Dec, 1778, 
Mehitable Leland (born March 11, 17T>ti; died in S., July 20, 
1846). 

Children, born in Sherhorn : 
i. Caroline, 6 b. June 15, 1782; d. June 21, 1806; unm. 
ii. Polly, Feb. 7, 1784; m. Lemuel Leland, Sen., her second 

cousin, farmer. 
iii. China, July 80, 1786; d. Oct. G, 1838; m. Moses Bullen, a 
farmer of Medway. 
Children : 

1. Caroline, 1806, Boston. 

2. Harriet .1/.. 1808 ; m. Oliver N. Shannon, Boston. 

3. Anne, 1809; m. Thomas Price, Gilmanton, X. II. 

4. Charlotte, 1820; in. her second cousin, Barak Leland. 

farmer. Sherburne. 

5. Moses, 1822; m. Sarah A. Dickinson, Boston; mason. 

6. Samuel, 1825; d. Boston. 

7. Mary, 1830 ; d. Boston. 

iv. Daniel, Sept. 11, 1788; d. in 1816 at Somerville, Kv. : unm. 
201 v. Eleazer, Nov. 2, 1791. 

82. 

Henry 5 (Joint/ Joseph,' Joint"), born at Sherborn, April 1, 
17(54: died at Cambridge, July 12, 1845, aged 81 years. He 
married first, March 31, 1789, Man, daughter of Rev. donas 
(Thomas, John, John, Hugh) and Lucy (Bowes) Clark of Lex- 
ington, Mass., granddaughter of Rev. John Hancock (gr. father 
of Gov. Hancock), horn .May I, 1762, died iii Cambridge, duly 5, 






100 WARE GENEALOGY. 

1805. He married second, Feb. 9, 1807, Mary, daughter of James 
Otis and widow of Benjamin Lincoln, Jr., who died at Cambridge, 
Feb. 17, 1807, aged 43. He married third, Sept. 18,. 1807, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Nicholas Bowes of Boston, born May 27, 
1776; died Aug. 30, 1850. [See special article on Professor 
Ware in Appendix.] 

Children of Henry 8 and Mary (Clark) Ware, born in Hingham : 

ii Julia Y ' 6 1 Ma y 17 ' d - Ma ^ 20 aud 22 ' 179 °- 

iii. Lucy Clark, June 6, 1791 ; d. Feb. 10, 1866, at Northboro', 
Mass. ; she m. Feb. 3, 1818, Joseph, son of Phineas and Ruth 
(Smith) Allen (b. Medfield, Aug. 15, 1790 ; d. Feb. 23, 1873) ; 
H. C. 1811, D.D. 1848. 

Children, born in Northboro' : 

1. Mary Ware, March 7, 1819 ; d. Jan. 22, 1897, at Lans- 

ingburg, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 1, 1840, Joshua Jewett (Lewis 
and Sarah Robinson) Johnson (b. Surrey, N. H., May 
6, 1809 ; d. Northboro', Jan. 29, 1884), M.D. 

2. Joseph Henry, Aug. 21, 1820; d. March 20, 1898; ni. 

May 22, 1845, Anna Minot (Wm. Gordon and Hannah 
Miiiot) Weld (b. Lancaster, March 19, 1820) ; H. C. 
1840, Div. Sch. 1843, D.D. 1891. 

3. Thomas Prentiss, July 7, 1822; d. Nov. 26, 1868; m. 

Sarah Alexander (Aaron and Lyclia Doolittle) Lord 
(b. April 24, 1825), H. C. 1842, Div. Sch. 1846. 

4. Elizabeth Water house, June 29, 1824; d. July 16, 1893, 

unm. 

5. Lucy Clark, Oct. 28, 1826; m. Oct. 1, 1857, Albert 

Ebenezer (William and Deborah Ball) Powers of Lan- 
singburg, N. Y. (b. Dec. 5, 1816), manufacturer and 
banker. 

6. Edivard Augustus Holyohe, Aug. 15, 1828; d. Feb. 18, 

1898 ; m. Sept. 5, 1855, Eugenia Sophia (Wm. Fred 
and Eliza Ashwell) Teulon ; she grad. Rens. Polyt. 
Inst., LS50. Teacher. 

7. William Francis, Sept. 5, 1830; died in Madison, Wis., 

Dec. 9, 1889 ; m. July 22, 1862, Mary Tileston (Henry 
and Catherine Brown Porter) Lambert of West New- 
ton (b. Aug. 4, 1842). H. C. 1851 ; in N. Y. to 1854 ; 
Europe to 1856; W. Newton, 1863; South Carolina to 
1865; Antioch 1865-6; Englewood 1866-7; prof. His- 
tory, Madison Univ. 1867-1889. He married second, 
June 30, 1868, Margaret Loring (John and Margaret 
Deming Rand) Andrews of Newburyport (b. Sept. 13, 
1839). 
iv. Mary Cotton, Dec. 3, 1792; d. March 29, 1862; m. Dec. 3, 
1818, Jairus (Hawkes, Davis, Davis, Davis, Stephen, Stephen) 
and Mary Howe Lincoln of Hingham (b. Boston, April 16, 
1794; d. May 12, 1882). H. £. 1814. 



W MiK (JKNKALOGY. L01 

( Ihildren, born in I (ingham : 

■ 

1. Mary Ware, Aug. 22, 1820; d. An- 10, 1899 ; m. .May 

6, 1853, George (Edward and Lucy Brigham) Barnes 
(I). Julj 29, IM.". | d. Jan. 5, L900). 

2. //'///•// FFare, Oct. 12, 1821 ; d. al City Hospital, Boston, 

Sept. 22, 1887, bur. at Hingham; married <>rt. 10, 
L844, Sarah Binny (Gorham and Mary Coshing) Lin- 
coln of Hingham (b. Nov. 20, 1822; d. June 8, 1884). 

o. Elizabeth Waterhouse, Aug. 28, 1824; d. April 12, 1 845. 

4. Ann, Nov. 26, L826; m. June •">. L855, Rev. Calvin 
Stoughton (Amos Jewett and Clementine Stoughton) 

I ke, (b. Oct II, L829); Amherst L849, Camb. Div. 

1854. 

o. Catherine, Feb. LI, 1829; d. June 29, 1830. 

G. Jaii /ts. May 27, 1831 ; d. Nov. 25, L893, at Longmount, 
Colo.; 111. March 26, 1 «s,3G, Jane Taylor (Samuel F. 
and Mary Bowman) Fisher (b. Oct. 4, L833; d. May 
L6, L896). 

7. John Ware, Sept 21 or 27, 1835; d. Jan. 29 or Feb. 6, 
L886 ; in. .March 1-1. 1865, Lucy Allen (Isaac Cushing 
and Harriet .Morse) Lane (b. June 5, 1838; d. June 
30, 1893). 

202. v. Henry, Junior, April 21, 1794 ; d. at Framingham, Sept. 22, 

1843. 

203. vi. John, Dec. 19, 1795; d. in Boston, April 29, 1864. 

204. vii. William, Aug. •' , .. 1797; d. at Cambridge, Feh. 19, 1852. 
viii. Martha, June 2, 1799; d. Oct. 21, 1802. 

ix. Harriet, Dec. 25, 1801; d. June 24, 1838; m. Oct 30, 1826, 

Rev. Edward Brooks (son of Nathaniel and Joanna Cotton 

(Brooks)) Hall, of Northampton, Mass. (I,. Sept, 2, 1800; d. 

at Providence, R. I., March 3, 18GG), II. C. 1820, D.D. 18-18. 

Children : 

1. Edward Wan; Dec 8, 1827; d. May 29, L830. 

2. John Brooks, March I. L829; Dec. 8, L835. 

3. Edward Henry, April 16, 1831, at Cincinnati, O.; II. C. 

ltf.")i ; Div. Sch. 1855; settled at Plymouth, Worcester, 
Cambridge. 

4. Francis, Aug. :.'.">, is:;.;, at Providence, R. I. ; d. Dec. 28, 

L850. 

5. William Ware, Oct 27, 1834, Prov. ; d. at Warwick 

Neck, I;. I.. Aug. 9, 1864; II. C. L853; Div. Sch. 
1858; Lieut R I. Vol. 

6. Robert, July 25, 1836; d. June 1 I. L837. 

x. Martha Ann, April 5, 1804; d. April L6, L805. 

Children of Henry* and Elizabeth ( Bowes) Ware, l>. in Cambridg 

xi. Ki.izai-.i in Anne, June 9, 1808; d. in Roxbury, March 

L866 ; m. Aug. 24, L831, George, son of Andrew and Jerusha 
(Clapp) Putnam (l>. Aug. 16, 1807; d. April, 1878), H. C. 
1826, D.D. 1818. 



102 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

1. Eliza, June 7, 1832; d. Sept. 1834. 

2. George, Oct. 8, 1834; H. C. 1854; LL.B. 1858; m. 

June 9, 1860, Harriet, daughter of Charles Russell and 
Anna Cabot (Jackson) Lowell (b. Sept. 10, 1836). 

3. Charles, Feb. 9, 1836; m. Dec. 13, 1860, Margaret 

Elizabeth, daughter of Ebenezer Thayer and Elizabeth 
(Nesmith) Abbot (b. Sept. 9, 1840 ; d. Jan. 23, 1896). 

4. Caroline, May 22, 1837 ; d. July 26, 1882. 

5. Anna Elizabeth, Sept. 23, 1838; d. Aug. 7, 1880. 

6. Henry Ware, April 29, 1847 ; H. C. 1869 ; LL.B. 1871 ; 

in. 1st, Oct. 22, 1873, Florence Haven, daughter of 
Supply Clapp and Ann (Haven) Thwing (b. Jan. 30, 
1850; d. at Roxbury, June 14, 1879) ; he m. 2d, Aug. 
30, 1882, Mary Nelson, daughter of Franklin Delano 
and Mary (Nelson) Williams. 

xii. Edward Augustus, Dec. 29, d. Dec. 30, 1809. 

xiii. Caroline Rebecca, Dec. 11, 1811; d. Dec. 1869, at Newton 
Lower Falls; m. Oct, 27, 1835, Edward Warren, M.D., 
youngest child of John and Abby (Collins) Warren ; the 
mother was a daughter of Gov. Collins of R. I. ; he was b. 
Dec. 19, 1804; H. C. 1826; d. May 21, 1878. 

205. xiv. Charles Eliot, May 7, 1814; d. Sept. 3, 1887, at Winchen- 

don, Vt. 
xv. Edward Proctor, Jan. 12, 1816; drowned in Charles river, 

July 13, 1825. 
xvi. Charlotte Louisa, April 12, 1818. 

xvii. George Frederick, Feb. 14, 1820 ; d. Sept. 29, 1849, at San 
Francisco, Cal. ; H. C. 1838. 

206. xviii. Thornton Kirkland, Feb. 23, 1823; d. at Fitchburg. 

xix. Anne Storrow, March 10, 1826 ; d. at Cambridge, Oct. 3, 
1896, unm. 



83. 

Azariah 5 (John,* Joseph, 2 John' 2 ), born at Sherborn, Jan. 12, 
1769; died Oct. 28, 1839, at Barre; married Nov. 25, 1790, in 
Sherborn, by Eev. Elijah Brown, Sarah ("Otis") [Newton Rec] 
daughter of Malachi and Mary Babcock [Sherborn Rec], (b. Oct. 
4, 1771; d. Feb. 20, 1837). Went to Barre about 1809 from 
Newton, and worked at fulling cloth. 

Children : 

i. Mira, 6 Newton, Dec. 15, 1792 ; d. Jan. 15, 1844; m. first, in 

Dedham, Aug. 24, 1823, Henry B. Leland, "of Hoosick, 

N. Y." [Ded. Rec] She m. second, Dec. 20, 1833, George 

Hooker of [N.] Bridgewater. No children. Both died in B. 

She had a millinery store and he ran a paper mill. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 103 

207. ii. Otis, Jan. 19, 1796; <1. In Barre, April 25, 1872. 

iii. Sarah, Feb. 7, L803; d. April 22, 1868'; m. A.ug. 9, [1822], 
Jonah Holden of Barre (b. .May 19, L796; d. kag. 9, L854). 

Children: 

1. Fanny LoreUe, Oct. 8, L822; m. April 25, L844, Na- 

than Siblej (b. Sept. 28, 1816). 

2. Jonah Lafayette, Aug. 21, 1824; d March I, 1896; m. 

first, M:i\ L6, L850, Lurena Amelia Johnson (b. April 
27. 1825; d. July 11. 1880. Hem.,second, Nov. 30, 

[1867 |. Maria ('has,-. 

3. Sarah Ware, .Ian. I'd, i .s-_m; ; ,1. 1897, in California; m. 

June ,; , 1850, Samuel A. Brimblecorn (b. Nov. 2, 
1823). 

4. Amory Jackson, April 10, L829 ; m. April 18, 1854, 

Emma A.zenath Chapen (b. Doc. 20, 1826; d. Jan. 26, 
1871). 

85. 

Samuel 6 {Benjamin* Nathaniel,* Nathaniel*) bora in Wren- 
tham, April 17, 1770; died in Wrentham, Sept. 12, 1856, aged 86; 

born in Wrentham Centre. He married Joanna (Arnold) Buffum 
(b. Sraithfield, R. I., Aug. 1771; d. Foxboro', June 11, 1868,— 
"96, 11"); (W. Ree. "Joanna dau. of Stephen, d. June 6, 
1808.") 
Child : 

213. Samuel A., c born in 1813; d. at W. Centre, April 22, 1859, 

aged 45, 7. [E. F. W.] 

86. 

WILLIAM* (Benjamin,* KatlnniirJ^ N~<if1i«niel*) i born at 
Wrentham Oct. 20, 1784; died Dec. 3, 1856, at the same. lie 
married in Attleboro', May ">, 1811, Betsey, daughter of Barnabas 
and Phoebe Cary, of Attleboro' ; shed. May 16, 1874 [Wr. Ree.]. 

Children, bora in Wrentham : 

214. i. William Danforth, 6 Jan. ."., 1812. 

215. ii. Benjamin Barnabas, Nov. L3, L820. 

iii. BETSEl Ann, .Inly •.'(». Is2'.i; .1. I'Yb. 7, 1857, child of " Wra. 
and Betsey Ann," in Wrentham, num. 



87. 

Jairus, 5 (Nathaniel^* Nathaniel* Nathaniel*), horn in Wren- 
tham, Jan. 22, 1772; died in his 64th year. He was graduated 
at Drown University, 1797. "A good man and a just." lie mar- 



104 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ried in Medfield, Feb. 13, 1810, Sally, daughter of Beriah (son of 
Thomas) Brastow and Hannah (Samuel, Samuel) Man, of Berwick 
(b. in 1782 ; d. in W. May 17, 1825, in her 43d year). 

Child: 

Jerusha K., 6 born in 1810 ; m. Fisher. 

88. 

Warren 5 {Nathaniel,* Nathaniel? Nathaniel 2 ) , born in Wren- 
tham, Feb. 24, 1777; died at Orrington, Me., July 4, 1843; 
married, April 11 [1806?], Lucy Boaden (b. March 8, 1782; d. 
May 16, 1839). 

Orrington, Me., "Apr. 20, 1803. To see if the town will accept of a 
Road laid out from Capt. Nathaniel's Saw mill to the County road and to 
allow him to work out Ids Wild land Road tax on the same." March 3, 
1806, Warren Ware was chosen Road Surveyor. 1807, Warren Ware 
chosen constable. Apr. 10, 1807, A certificate of marriage granted to 
Warren Ware and Miss Lucy Boaden, both of Orrington ; married April 
11, 1807, by Simon Forster, Esq. A full power of attorney from Samuel 
Sewall of Marblehead in the county of Essex to Warren Ware of Orring- 
ton in the county of Hancock as agent to have the care of his land, origi- 
nally drawn to the Right of Dr. John Metcalf, but now said Sewall's. 

"Apr. 8. 1806. Penobscot Right of Land drawn by Dr. John Metcalf 
taken from Proprietors' Book, viz : — No. 83, second division, 100 acres 
sold to Mr. Nathaniel Ware, Dec. 7, 1801 ; 15, first division, 50 acres, sold 
to Mr. Nathaniel Ware, Dec. 7, 1801." [Orrington town records.] 

Children : 

i. Priscilla, 6 Feb. 25, 1807 ; d. Sept. 1 1. 1829, or 1839. unm. 
ii. Abigail, Oct. 26, 1808; d. Oct. 11, 1876; m. Edward Wing. 

216. hi. Warren, Dec. 16, 1810; d. Dec. 18, 1871. 

217. iv. Elbridge, Jan. 12, 1813 ; d. July 27, 1860. 

219. v. Eliza, March 5, 1815; d. June 26, 1862; m. Reuben Hinks 
(d. Sept., 1878). 

Children, born in Bucksport, Me. : 

1. Elbridge C, June 4, 1839 ; d. March 20, 1886 ; m. 

Delia Prusk or Trask. 

2. Annette M., Aug. 20, 1840. Living unm. (1887.) 

3. Frank T., Oct. 26, 1846 ; d. Feb. 18, 1871, unm. 

vi. Aimatia, April 27, 1817 ; d. Aug. 14, 1868 ; m. Isaac M. Cur- 
rier ; living (1887). 
Children : 

1. Elba, 1843 ; d. Feb. 1, 1848. 

2. Ella, 1844; d. Nov. 10, 1844. 

3. Lucy, 1845, d. Aug. 17, 1845. 

4. Frank, 1848; d. July 18, 1881 ; m. Edith Palmer. 

5. Henry, 1851, d. Oct.* 19, 1853. 

6. Edward, 1856; d. Sept. 11, 1857. 



WAKE GENE IL0G1 . 105 

vii. Charlesia, September 27, 1819; d. Dec 16, 1851; m. Joseph 
Ryder. 

\iii. .Ii i.i \, An-. II, 1822; in. Rev. B. F. Bradford, Oxford, N. V. 

92. 

Jo8iAH a (Josiah,* Josiah,' Nathaniel*), born at Wrentham, 
April 22, 1781 ; died "Oct. 26, L827, in Rochester, X. V.. of a 
fall." He married, Jan. '!. L807, Mehitable, daughter of Eli 
Richardson of Franklin, and removed to Oxford, Mass. There 
their only child was born. Mrs. Ware di< id when he was about 8 
years old, May 12, L820, aged 38. Mr. Ware was a farmer, but 
also learned shoemaking; lie went to New York Stair, where he 
married, second, Sally Parker, of Brighton (no childn 

Child: 

221. Josiah, 8 Dec. I -J. 1812; d. April 6, ls:»:,. 

93. 

Elisha 6 (Jo*/'"//, 4 Josiah, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), horn in Wrentham, 
May ">, 1784; died Aug. 27, 1858. He married, first, Waitstill 
White, Dec. 27, 1807 ; she died Nov. 22, L808, aged 1!». He 
married, second, Betsey Shumway, of Oxford, Mass.; she 'lied 
April .'i, 1818, aged 30. lie married, third, " Sabra " St. John. 
Elisha, wife Sabra, and children Louisa and Theodore were mem- 
bers of the Congregational Church at W. Brookfield, X. Y., in 
1848. They were dismissed to Pres. Ch»of Orange in 1850. 

Children of Elisha and Betsey horn in Wrentham : 

i. W mi- in. i. Loi i- \.'' June 8, L81 6. 
ii. Elisha Shumway, L817 ; d. April 11. 1818, at 5 1-2 monl 

Child of Elisha ami Sabra, horn at West Brookfield, X. Y. : 
iii. Theodore, [West Bloomfield, X. .1.]. 



'.'1. 

Darius* (Josiah, 4 Josiah,' Nathaniel'), born Aug. 21. 1789; 

died March 16, I ^">7 : married May 26, 1814, Pa I ia, daughter 

of Barnabas and Phoebe (Danforth) Cary ( l>. Aug. 2, 1788, Wil- 
Liamstown, Mass.; d. dan. lit, L865, X. Wrentham). Theywere 
married by Rev. John Cleveland at his house in X. Wrentham. 
He died Feb. 1, 1815. 

Children, horn in Wrentham, now Norfolk: 
223. i. Lyman Cart 6 , June 27, L815; d. Julj I. I8i 



106 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ii. Ltdia Lucindia. Feb. 7, 1817 ; d. Aug. 21, 1895, unm. "Her 
long life was devoted to the good of others and of faithful 
service in a quiet unostentatious manner, in the work of alle- 
viating suffering, cheering the despondent and succoring the 
needy." 

iii. Betsey Ann, Nov. 13, 1818 ; d. Aug. 29, 1881 ; m. Jan. 28, 
1841, Alonzo Leprelett, No. 411, son of George and Peggy 
(Pond) Ware. 

224. iv. Darius, Sept. 25, 1820; d. in 1887. 

225. v. Elijah, Aug. 24, 1823; d. July 3, 1890, at Omaha, Neb. 
vi. Cyrus, Feb. 15, 1826; d. Sept. 16, 1879, at Norfolk, unm. 

vii. Cleveland, Aug. 8, 1829; d. Oct. 28, 1850, unm. 



95. 

Luther 5 (Elijah,* Josiah,* Nathaniel 2 ), born about 1776; 
"ofRoxbury," died in Natick, Feb. 18, 1837; he married, April 
14, 1800, Elizabeth Edes ; she died in Needham, Nov. 7, 1822, 
aged 42 ; buried at Wellesley. He married, second, Sept. 22, 
1823, in Needham, Abigail Usher, "both of Needham." 

Children : 

i. Eliza 6 , May 4, 1800; m. Feb. 21, 1820, Martin Broad [in 
Newton ?]. 

ii. Luther, born and died Aug. 6, 1801. 
226. iii. Samuel, June 22, 1803. 

iv. Hannah, Aug. 23, 1804; d. Sept. 1, 1806. 

v. Hannah P., d. in Boston, Feb. 12, 1847, "aged 20 yra." [tomb- 
stone at Wellesley]. 



97. 

Asa 5 (Am, 4 Josiah? Nathaniel?), born at Wrentham, June 
16, 1783; died May 6, 1862. "Captain" and sexton. He mar- 
ried first, at Franklin, Nov. 26, 1807, Rena Richardson of F. 
(b. June 3, 1788; d. June 18, 1813.) He married second, June 
29, 1815, Ursula Turner (b. Nov. 8, 1788; d. May 24, 1862). 

Children, born in N. Wrentham: 

i. Clarissa Ann 6 , Sept. 9, 1808; d. April 27, 1823 ; unm. 
ii. Emily Fisher, Oct. 15, 1822; m. Sept. 5, 1847, James Hol- 
brook Shaw. Lives at Franklin. 
Children : 

1. Clarissa Adelia, unm. 

2. Adelaide Maria, m. Adin Sargent Hubbard. 

227. iii. Francis Turner, Jan. 28, 1825. 



•y 



WARE GENEALOGY. 107 



100. 

Joseph* (Joseph,* Josiah* Nathaniel*) born Nov. 9, L778, in 
Needham; married Nancy Smith. Deacon. 
Child: 

Abby." 

101. 

William" {Joseph,* Jo%iah* Nathaniel*} , born Aug. 5, 1784, 
inNatick; married, Jan. 1, 1812, Abigail Williams (b. Roxbury, 
April 23, 1791). He died Nov. 30, 1839. 

Children : 

i. Joai i'n°. 

ii. Harriet, O.t. 28, 1815. 

iii. M irt, living in 1885. 

iv. Ralph, living in 1885. 

v. Abigail, Nov. 14, 1812. [Needham rec.] 



102. 

Daniel* {Daniel,* Josiah, 3 Nathaniel"), born in Needham, 
Sept. 22, 1785 ; bapt. .May 7, 1797 ; died Dec. 30, 18G2, " 77, 3, 
8." He married, Feb. 28, 1819, Lydia (Jennings) Russell, widow, 
of Holliston (d. Dec. 22, 1864, aged 80). [Old Cem. Wcllcsley.; 

Children : 

i. Caroline, 6 April 14, 1820; d. Dec. 23, 1823. 
ii. Daniel Newell, Jan. 30, 1823 ; d. Dec. 20, 1823. 
228. iii. Daniel Newell, Nov. 4, 1825. 



103. 

Reuben* (Daniel,* Josiah,* Nathaniel*), born in Needham, 
June 12, 1790; bapt. May 7, L797 ; died dan. 22, 1875, "84, 7,10"; 
married Xov. 30, 1820, Lydia Pratt (of Aaron, Jr., and * Lydia 
(Pratt) Smith), both of Needham (b. March 27, 1796; d. May 3, 

1887). 

Children : 

i. Susan Dubell, 6 Needham, Oct. 30, 1821 ; d. March, 1890, at 
Central City, Col. [J. S. S.] She m. Jan. 6, 1843, in Need- 

• Aaron Smith. Ben. (Capt. Rev. army), b. 1730j d. 1795; m. Beulab Woodward 
(b. 1734; d. 179 

Aaron Smith, Jr., b. 17.3G; d. 1833; m. Lydia Pratt (b. 1766; d. 17'.>3), Feb. 13. 1785. 



108 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

ham, Andrew Jackson Locke of Charlestown, son of Jonathan 
and Margaret (Wyer) Locke (b. Boston, Dec. 24, 1815 ; d. 
Oct. 1G, 1S74). 

Children, born in Charlestown : 

1. Arthur Ware, Aug. 29, 1844; d. Nov. 12, 1897; m. 

June 8, 18G9, Josephine H. Moore. A printer. 

2. Warren Andrew, Oct. 31, 1^47; organist some time at 

Harvard University, and St. Paul's Church, Boston ; 
m. Oct. 10, LS78. in Hamburg, Germany, Madeline 
(b. Huddersfield, England, May 21, 1.S47 ). daughter of 
Rev. Charles Fred, and Mary Cecil (Vardy) Weide- 
mann. 

3. Bradford Homer, Nov. 8, 1849. Mining engineer. 

4. Edward Austin, Jan. 9. 1852 ; d. Jan. 26, 1864. 

5. Annie Louise, Dec. 19, 1854; m. Feb. 3, 1880, "William 

Hall Wentworth (Win. Hall and Cordelia D. (Ingalls) 
Wentworth, Concord, N. H. ; b. Boston, Sept. 15, 
1852). 

6. Mary Susan, Feb. 1. d. Feb. 14, 1856. 

7. Emma Caroline, Oct. 23, 1859; d. Aug. 22, I860. 

ii. Ltdta Maria, Feb. 6. 1S24; d. Sept. 29,1826. 
y iii. Louis:: M., Apr. is, ] 828 ; m. in Needham, June 6, 1854, Edward 
Hanford, son of Edw. and Hannah (Eaton) Greeley, of Haver- 
hill, N. H. (b. in Hopkinton, N. II.. April 23, 1817 ; d. Aug. 
27, lsDO, in Concord, N. II.) A Congregational clergyman, 
settled in Haverhill, N. H. ; Nashua. N. H. ; Methuen. Mass.; 
Haverhill, a second time. The last 17 years of his life Secre- 
tary of N. H. Home Missionary Society. 
Children : 

1. Edward Addison, Haverhill, N. H., June 19, 1855 ; m. 

in N. Y. Miriam Pearson (daughter of Thomas and 
Jane Eliza (Pearson) Mason. 

2. Herbert Ware, April 20, d. Sept. 23, 1857. 

X 3. William Bradford, Nashua, N. H. Nov. 1, 1859 ; m. 
in New York April 15. 1891, Sarah Noble (daughter 
of William and Louise (Bryant) Burleigh), (b. Somers- 
worth, N. H, Aug. 2. 1865.) 

4. Arthur Philip, Methuen, Mass., April 8, 1862 ; m. in 

Washington, D. C. Nov. 16, 1892, Helene Hildegard 
Mina Herzog (b. New York City, May 29, 1862), 
(daughter of Charles Herzog, Saxony, Germany (b. 
Johangeorgenstadt, Saxony, Feb. 1, 1822 ; d. Wash- 
ington, D. C, Nov. 25, 1880), and Hildegard Koch 
(b. Berlin, Germany, June 13, 1833). 

5. Jane Lincoln, Methuen, Nov. 8, 1864. 

229. iv. Reuben Newell, Dec. 3, 1830 ; d. at W. Sept. 22, 1861, aged 

30 years. 

230. v. William Smith, Dec. 24, 1832. 



W ARE GENE LLOGY. 1(J'J 



L04. 

Reuel 8 ( Daniel, 4 Josiah, 3 Nathaniel* J, l><n:i in Needham, 
Sept. 24, L794; baptized .May 7, 1797; died at Wellesley, Aug. 
L5, L882; " 87-10-2] "; married .May 20, L824, Hannah, daugh- 
ter of Royal and Elizabeth (Dewing) Mcintosh (born March lo, 
L798; diedMay 1, L875; "77-1-21.") Deacon. See pag - 22 
and 7 1 . 

Children : 

i. Abigail Elizabi mi' ; . March L9, L825; d. Aug. I, L872; m. 
Jane 1. 1851, Horace B. Morse of Natick. 

Children : 

1. Lizzi'' Maria, Aug. 6, L852; m. Jan. 2G, 187.">, Capt. 

Amos Abrams of Benton, La. 

2. Edwin Ware, Sept. 24, 1854; tn. April 30, I 

Mabel E. Hubbard of Holden, .Mas-. 

3. Emma Louisa, Oct. 11, L856; m. May 2, L881, 

Charles S. Holden of Holden, .Mass. 
I. Herbert Clarence, April 17, 1859. 
5. Mary Ella, April LO, L861 ; d. Sept., L861. 
G. WMard Horace, Feb. 20, L865; m June 1, L897, 

.Mary H. Rogers of Worcester, Mass. 
7. Sarah Frances, March L8, 1867 ; m. Oct. 10, 1889, 

Dr. Frederick Sanborn of Spencer, Ma 

231. ii. Reuel Wlllard, Sept. L0, L826, 

ill. Lucinda Kmi.i.ink. July 28, L828; d. Milwaukee, -Inly 24, 

1892; m. Jan. 3, 180A, Lewis \Y. Slocumbof Holliston. 
Child: 
Arthur Ware, Nov. 8, I860; in. Nov. 8, 1882, Augn 
M ,u! in of .Milwaukee. 

iv. Hannab Jane, July 1, 1830; m. April 22, 1858, Newell 
Chamberlain of Needham (b. April 6, 1*21). 

Children : 

1. Lizzie Frances, ()<■!. 25, L859. 

2. Carrie Anna, .lane 26, L861 ; m. On. L6, L890, 

Charles F. Oxford of Cambridge (b. Dec. 2, L861). 

3. Ella Jane, Feb. 11. L865. 

•1. George Arthur. Aug. 31, 1868; m. June 1". L891, 

Alice L. Folger of Dorchester (b. at Onion, Me.). 
5. Frank Ware, Sept. 2, 1870; m. Sept 24, L891, Ellen 

('. McAnaul of Cambridge. 
G. Walter Burnap, July 12. L872 ; m. Jan. 5, 18 

Frances Lillian Edwards of Cambridge (b. March 

11, 187.".). 

v. Catherine Pris< clla, April L0, L832 m. Holliston, Nov. 5, 
1859, Nathan W . Grover of Foxboro. 



110 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

1. Kitty Florence, April 15, 1860; m. Sept. 17, 1888> 

Julius Wright Howland (b. Oct. 23, 1857). 

2. Emma Augusta, March 8, 1862 ; d. Dec. 9. 1887. 

3. Charles Reuel, April 5, 1861; m. first, Oct. 24, 1888, 
Hattie Bacon (b. July 27, 1865; d. Oct. 21, 1889). 

He m. second, May 11, 1892, Lizzie Florence Wildes. 

4. Harriet Isabel, Jan. 27, 1866; m. April 19, 1892, 

Samuel Bromiley of Nashua, N. H. (b. July 27, 
1866). 

5. Annie Louise, May 15, 1868; m. Sept. 5, 1897, Levi 

James Harper of Brockton (b. Jan. 17, 1870). 

vi. Ann Louise, Dec. 21, 1833; m. June 27, 1861, George A. 

Robinson, Greenfield, N. H. (b. at Greenfield, Nov. 23, 1834) ; 

res. at Holliston in 1888. 
vii. Sarah Frances, Oct. 13, 1836; d. Oct. 1, 1853. 
viii. Altiiea A., Aug. 23, 1843 ; lives at Holliston. 

105. 

Dexter 5 (Daniel,* Josiah, 3 Nathaniel*), born in Needham, 
Oct. 27, 1797 ; baptized Jan. 14, 1798 ; died Oct. 20, 1851, " aged 
53_H_24." He married May 25, 1826, Mary C. Smith. He 
was living at Wellesley Hills in 1887 ; was killed by cars at West 
Needham (now Wellesley depot). 

Children, born in Needham, now Wellesley Hills : 

i. Rebecca A., 6 Oct. 17, 1828; d. Sept. 7, 1896; m. June 7, 
1860, Henry S. Batch elder of Wellesley. 
Children : 

1. Caroline W., July 15, 1862. 

2. Mary C, June 21, 1866. 

ii. Mary E., Nov. 12, 1830 ; d. Jan. 13, 1897 ; m. Oct. 29, 1856, 
Charles T. Wilder of Attleboro (d. Aug. 14, 1897). 
Child, born at Wellesley Hills : 

Charles BrooJcs, June 29, 1867 ; d. Feb., 1870, aged 3 
years. 

232. iii. George D., Jan. 7, 1833 ; resides at Wellesley Hills. 

iv. Ellen M., Dec. 9, 1840; m. Joseph E. Fiske of Wellesley, 
June 1, 1869 ; d. Jan. 17, 1871. 
Child : 
Ellen Ware, Jan. 14, 1871. 

106. 

William 5 (Samuel, 4 Samuel, 2 Nathaniel* ), born in Conway, 
May 22, 1784; died at Ellington, N. Y., in October, 1856, aged 



WAKE GENEALOGY. 1 11 

72. Studied at Williams College, bul did nol graduate. Resided 

in Ware; physician ami preacher; removed, in L829, to Ellington, 
Chatauqua county, \. V. He married, Dec. 5, 1816, Sarah 
Raymond (horn July 7, lT'.M, at Montville, Ct." She died, May 
28, L877, aged 86, at Ellington, X. Y.). 

"Recommended to church in Westminster, Vt., Sept 22, L822" (Con- 
way record) ; practiced medicine there five years; preached in Jefferson 
County, N. V.. ami 2 years in Winsor, Conn. ; wua never ordained, and 

gave iiji preaching; became a Baptist about L849." 

Children : 

i. Lkmi i.i. Raymond, 6 Dec. 16, 1817; d. March 2, 1821. 
ii. Samuel Worcester, Dec. 19, 1819; num.; lived with Mrs. 
Benedict; d. Dec. 31, 1891. 
284. iii. William Avery, a! Westminster, Vt, March 11, L822. 
2o-3. iv. Lemuel Raymond, at Westminster, .March 1 1. 1822. 

v. Mart E. II., at Westminster, April 28, 1824; m. first, Dr. 
William A. Chase, March 2, 1851. She m. second, in 1864, 
John Benedict, Ellington, N. Y. (d. Sept. 25, 1889). 
Children : 

1. Mary Ware Chase. 

'2. William Ware Chase. Both died young. 
o". Mary Ware Benedict, Jan. 1, 1865; m. Dec. 21, 1897, 
Archie Sprague, farmer. 

vi. Sarah Ann Bethia, Jan. 5, 1829; d. about 1877; unm. 
vii. Marthj Jane Grey, Julj 15, 1836; d. Sept 4, 1892, in El- 
lingtou ; m. James Cooper, a merchant (d. of consumption 10 
its after marriage) : widow lives with .Mrs. Benedict. 

Child: 

James William, April 4, 1869 ; d. in 1888, at De Funiack, 
Florida. 



107. 

Timothy 8 (Jonathan*, Samuel', Nathaniel*), born at Norwich, 
now Huntington, Mass., Nov. 21, 1771 ; died April 28, 1837, at 
Granville, 111. ; married , who died, a widow, about 1855. 

Children : 

i. Jonathan, 6 Feh. 11, 180-3 (see Sam. 3 "Ware's Book). 

ii. Son. 

iii. Son. 

iv. Daughter. 

All the children died between 1837 and 1840. Two eldest 

sons while in eollege ; the other two at home ; all unmarried. 



112 WARE GENEALOGY. 



108. 

Samuel 3 (Jonathan, 4, Samuel, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), born in Norwich, 
Mass. (now Huntington), Sept. 5, 3 781 ; died, according to Deer- 
field record, Aug. 29, 1866. He married 1st, Nov. 20, 1810, 
Lucy Parsons ("Barnes," says "Chandler Family") (born Sept. 
14, 1779; dlel Nov. 13, 1843.) She was received to Conway 
Church from First Church in Ware, June 30, 1827. He and his 
wife and daughter Betsey were dismissed and received to that in 
Amherst in 1833. He married 2d, April 10, 1844, Olive Bolt- 
wood, daughter of Joel and Sibyl (Woodbury) Smith ; she had 
been the third wife of William Boltwood, Amherst, Mass. (born 
at Leverett, Mass., Feb. 19, 1792; died June 18, 1879, "Olive 
H.") [Deerfield record.] "He moved to Conway 1797 ; grad. at 
Williams Coll. 1808. Lived at Conway 1827-1833; at Amherst 
1833-1838; S. Deerfield 1838-48; Sherborne 1848-53. Then 
at S. Deerfield. Was a minister; ordained at Ware, Oct. 31, 
1810, having studied theology with Rev. Vinson Guild, South- 
ampton." 

Children, born in Ware : 

i. Lucy, 6 Sept. 25, 1811 ; d. Oct. 17, 1811. 

ii. Betsey, twin with Lucy ; d. Sept. 25, 1811. 

iii. Samuel Austin, Oct. 3, 1814; d. June 12, 1815. 

iv. Isaac, .Jan. 30, 1816 ; d. Feb. 5, 181 C. 

v. Elizabeth Paksons, Dec. 28, 1816; m. Rev. Theophilus 
Packard of Shelburne, Mass. (b. ic S., Feb. 1, 1802 ; min. of 
S. 26 yrs.) ; resides at Manteno, Kankee Co., 111. She tried 
to get Woman's Rights(?) bills through Western legislatures ; 
succeeded in Washington, then a territory. She d. July 25, 
1807. 

Children, b. in Shelburne : 

1. Theophilus, March 17, 1842; "Lives in Pasadena, 

widower." 

2. Isaac, June 20, 1.8-41 ; " San Diego " ; a Christian Scien- 

tist. Two children. 

3. Samuel, Nov. 2, 1847 ; in. Clara Fish. 

4. Elizabeth W., May 10, 1850; m. Henry George Craig 

Gordon. 

5. George H., July 8, 1853. Paralysis in 1886 ; d. July 

1889, in Chicago ; unm. 

6. Arthur D., Dec. 1858. Lives in Avoca. 

vi. Lucy, July 20, 1819 ; d. Sept. 10, 1819. 

237. vii. Samuel, Feb. 26, 1821 ; d. Oct. 18, 1879, Garden Grove, Cal. 

238. viii. Austin, Jan. 4, 1823 ; d. at Deerfield, Aug. 27, 1883. 



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10!). 

Joseph Kiiiki wd' (Jonathan,* Samuel,' NathanieP) , born 
A.pril Sl f L793; died \hc 7, L854; married May 8, L828, Clar- 

i, daughter of Roger and Chloe Leavitl (Roger born Jan. 12, 
1771; died June 1,1840; Chloeborn Jan. 23, 1772; died March 
L9, L851); Bhe was born July 26, L801 ; died Aug. 22, 1*73. 
He was a Congregational minister. Removed aboul L832 to 
Western New York. On his death his widow with sons William and 
Joseph R. and daughters Clarissa and Ellen, removed to Granville, 
Putnam ( \>., 111. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Joseph, 8 Nov. 6, L829 ; d. May 2. 1*32. 
239. ii. William, Heath, Sept. 1 1. 1831. 

iii. Clarissa L., July 3, 1833; d. unm. Oct. 3, 1807, in Madison, 
Wis. 

iv. Ellen, Nov. 17. L835 ; m. Oct. 1. 1857, Francis Jonea I. ami) 
(b. March 2, L825, 3011 of Aaron ami Alma Lamb of Canan- 
daigua, Out. Co., N. Y. Res. Madison, Wis. 

Children : 

1. Charles Francis. Nov. 28, 1858 ; m. May Stewart, May 

9, L889, Madison, Wis. 

2. Mary Clara, Dec. 19, I860; m. Oct. 11, 1893, John II. 

Siegel of New Ulm, Minn. 

3. Alice Maxwell, March 7, 1863 ; m. Sept. H, 1887, Milton 

UpdegrafE, Columbus, Missouri. 
1. Laura. I), and d. Nov. 15, 1864. 

5. Grace Alma, Dec. 3, 1867; res. 212 N. Carroll St., 

Madison, Wis. 

6. Ellen Ware. May 6, 1876. 

v. Mart, Oct. 1 1. L837 ; d. March 31, 1838. 

vi. Lai i:\. An-. 17. L839 ; d. Aug. 27, 1*40. 

\ ii. Joseph Roger, July 2o, 1841 ; d. Oct. 20, 1862. 

110. 

John 4 {Jonathan,* Samuel,' Nathaniel 2 ), born at Conway, 
Aug. li», L801 3 died Aug. 28, L836; married in Conway, Aug. 
L828, Sarah Dickinson. "".May 14, 1835, John Ware and Sarah 

his wife ami Anna \\ are were dismissed to some sister church in 
Illinois to which the providence of ( iod may lead them." ( ionway 
( hh. rec] 

( Ihildren, born in ( Ionway : 

i. Li 1 v Ann. Deo. I". 1829 ; .1. Nov. •">. L864, Tremont, 111.; m. 
Jan. 29, 1851, Rev. Edwin O. Smith, Cong, minister ;it 
Lyndon, 111. (1889 Princeton, 111. Dist. Supt. for Am. Bible 
Societj ). 
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114 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Child : 

Edwin James, Trernont, Aug. 28, 1862 (only child that 
lived). Res. at Rocky Ford, Bent Co., Col. ; m. March 
23, 1891, Mamie Geretin. 

240. ii. Joseph, June 17, 1832 ; d. Nov. 7, 1862. 

111. 

Ralph 5 (Jonathan,* Samuel, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), born in Conway, 
Mass., Feb. 15, 1804; died in Granville, 111., June 9, 1863; 
married, April 22, 1833, Lucinda A. Clark, born at Conway, 
Sept. 14, 1803, daughter of Elisha and Lucinda (Allen) Clark; 
she died in Chicago, 111., Aug. 24, 1897, aged 89. He removed 
to Granville, 111., in 1834. Farmer. "Thomas Ware and Ralph 
Ware dism. from Conway Ch. to Presb. Chh., Union Grove, 111., 
Aug. 4, 1836." [Con. rec] 

Children, all born in Granville, 111. : 

241. i. Edward K., 6 Aug. 2, 1834, Putnam Co.. 111. ; d. Sept. 1892. 

ii. Caroline C., Granville, 111., Oct. 11, 1836; m. Jan. 1, 1858, 
John Hooker Leavitt (b. Oct. 11, 1831). 

Children : 

1. Mary Louisa, Waterloo, Iowa, Dec. 17, 1858 ; m. Dec. 

•'!. 1870, Robert A. Denison. 

2. Roger, Jane 25, 1860; m. 1st. at Waterloo, Oct. 22, 

1885, Alice Southworth Windsor (d. May 12, 1890) ; 
m. 2d, at Cedar Falls, la., June 21, 1892, Katherine 
Leonard Townsend. 

3. An infant son, b. and d. July 10, 1862. 

4. Lucy Osgood, June 18, 1863. 

5. Joseph Lyman, May 25, 1869 ; m. at Waterloo, June 26, 

1895, Lath. Cooley. 

6. Caroline Grace, Jan. 23, 1873'; m. March 10, 1896, 

Thomas Cascadon, Jr. 

iii. Lucinda Allen, April 28, 1839 ; m. July 26, 1859, N. Sher- 
wood ; lives Chicago, 111. 

Children : 

1. Charles Ware, June 23, 1860; d. May 1, 1861. 

2. Caroline Mae, Nov. 3, 1863, m. Nov. 26, 1889, Prof. 

Fred. I. Turner of Madison, Wis. 

3. Lillian, Jan. 23, 1866; d. July 18, 1885. 

4. Tirzah Lovejoy, Nov. 30, 1868; m. Nov. 26, 1896, 

Arthur B. Chapin. Lives in Holyoke, Mass. 

242. iv. Lyman, Nov. 11, 1841. "Doctor." 

v. Ann Louisa, Dec. 25, 1843 ; d. Dec. 24, 1845. 

243. vi. Elisha C, Aug. 30, 1846. 

vii. Lincoln, Sept. 9, 1849 ; d. Nov. 24, 1883. 

244. viii. Henry F., Oct. 30, 1851. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 11") 



1 12. 



Thomas' {Jonathan* Samuel,' Nathaniel*) born al Conway, 
Jan. 5, L806, farmer; went Wesl in 1836. He married first ;it 
Norwich, Mass., March 19, 1833, Nancy Lauretta Shepard of 
Worcester. She died Oct. 9, 1846. II<' married second, May 6, 
L847, al Florida, III., Mary Ann Stewart. "He died at Granville, 
III., Dec. •!, 1886." "He retained his mental faculties in lull vieor 

■ 

to the very last, and hie presence was a benediction in our home." 
"For about 20 years he has been the only one living of tin' In. 
family of brothers and sieters." Lucy E. Ware, 1886. | 
( Ihildren of Thomas and Nancj : 

245. i. Thom k.s Shi pard, 8 July 20, I 

ii. Cynthia Lincoln, Feb. ■>, L838 ; d. June 28, 1879; m. Dec. 
28, L865, John McEowen, carpenter. 

( hildreii : 
1. h'lJIr Lincoln, Feb. 8, 1868. 
■1. John Wo,,'. Sept. L6, L871. 
;;. Rolla Ray, April 15, 1874. 

iii. Nanct Lauretta, Jan. 15, L841 ; m. June 10, l867,SelahB. 
Farwell of < >sborn, Kansas. 

Children : 

1. Lena Belle Ware, July 21, 1868. 

•_'. Orne Ware, May I. 1870. 

:!. Edwin Rn;/. April ■'!, 1873. 

1. Nancy Mabella, An-. J, 1876. 

5. Grace Velma, Aug. ■>. 1878. 

6. Selah ('!«,>/. Oct. I. L880. 

246. iv. Chae Iirkland, May 31, 1843. 

v. Henry .M \k i i\. .inly 17. 1845; d. Nov. 6, 1846. 

247. i. William Stewart, March 26, 1848. 

ii. Mari Anna, Jan. 31, 1850. Res. at Newtou, Kansas. 
iii. Sarah Elizabeth, Feb. 2, 1852; m. Jan. I. 1883, G. A. Whit- 
Waterloo, Iowa, a capitalist. 
l ; |s. iv. Henri M mm in. .May L3, 18 

249. v. James White, tfarch L6, 1856. 

250. vi. Joseph Edwin, Sept 27, 1857; d, Oct 18, ! 
vii. I.i i v Ellen, Aug. 22, I860. 

251. vm. Justin Perkins, Aug. 17. 1863. 

113. 

Sylvester Goodale" (Jesse,* Samuel, 3 Nathaniel*) born at 
Brattleboro, Vt., April 28, 1798; died of yellow fever at New Or- 
leans, in 1857 (Mrs. Russell says 1847.) Be married, Nov. 4, 
1823, in Albany, N. V.. Sophia \Y. Chamberlain ofDalton, Mass. 
(b. Sept. 13, L805; d. Weetfield, Dec. 2, 1861 ; bur. at Dalton.) 



116 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Sophia Willard, 6 Sept. 20, 1824 ; m. Aug. 10, 1841, William 
H. Russell of Springfield, Mass. (d. Dec. 7, 1894). 

Children : 

1. James E., died Dec. 31, 1863, at sea. " Died on passage 

home from California, where he had lived nearly one 
year for his health." 

2. Mary, Dec. 25, 1845 ; m. Milton L. Phillips of W. Spring- 

field. Resides there ; no children. 

3. William H. jr., Nov., 1848 ; m. June 16, 1874, Fanny E. 

Walker of Foxboro. She d. July 21, 1884. Seven 
children. Lives Springfield. 

252. ii. Levi Ingols, July 15, 1827. 

iii. Martha King, May 25, 1829 ; d. Dec. 5, 1895, at San Diego, 

Cal. ; m. James Wadman, Pittsfield, Mass. 
iv. Susan (Maria or) Ann, June 15, 1833 ; d. March 18, 1854; bur. 

Dalton ; m. June 1, 1853, Joel Fox of Westfield. 

Child : 
George Levi, 1854; lived at Westfield, Mass. Now married 
(1895), living in E. Albany, N. Y. 

114. 

Solomon La whence 5 {Jesse,* Samuel, 3 JYatkanieP) , born at 
Pittsfield, Mass., Oct. 13, 1800; married first, at Dalton, Sept. 
16, 1821, Lucia, daughter of Justin Cole or Cowles (Elisha, 
Jonathan, John, John), and Elizabeth Spafard or Spoflford (An- 
drew, Amos, Thomas, Samuel, John), born in Dalton, Dec. 16, 
1798, died at Niagara Falls, N. Y., July 31, 1845. He married a 
second wife, who survived him, and died in 1891. He died Feb. 3, 
1849. 

Children : 

253. i. Good ale Sylvester, 8 Dalton, Dec. 30, 1822. 

254. ii. Charles Seymour, Feb. 22, 1824. 

iii. Elizabeth Marsh, Niagara Falls, Aug. 4,1826; m. Oct. 8, 
1845, Alfred K. Fassett; d. Niagara Falls, Sept. 9, 1862. 
Children, all born Niagara Falls : 

1. Charles Frederick. Sept. 2, 1847 ; m. 1st, July 21, 1869, 

Frances Spindle of Louisville. Ky., who d. April 7, 1870. 
He m. 2d, Dec. 1, 1875, Ella Paulina Le Boutillier. 
He enlisted Jan. 12, 1864, in the 10th Missouri Cavalry ; 
mustered out Sept. 19, 18()5, at the age of 18. 

2. Alfred Henry, May 28, 1849 ; d. Mar. 26, 1850. 

3. Alfred Willis, Nov. 4, 1850 ; d. Dec. 10, 1851. 

4. Helen Frances, July 2, 1852 ; m. Oct. 7. 1874, John A. 

Vandewater of St. Louis. Mo. 

5. George .Dwight, July 3, 1853 ; m. Celia , Sept. 1, 1878. 



w \m: GENE LLOGY. 1 1 7 

6. Lucia Ware, Sept 29, L858 ; m. in Normal Park, III., 
Oct. 31, 1885, Benjamin Grainger. 

255. iv. .li 9tim Cole, Niagara Palls, Sept 11, L829. 

v. Solomon Lawrence, Niagara Palls, July 19, 1881 j d. al 
Savannah, Ga., April 29, 1858. 

256. \i. Henri Scott, Niagara Palls, Aug. 24, 1833. 

vii. Lucia Maria, n a Palls, Oct 29, 1835; m. March 3, 

1857, Walter Curtiss Hulett 
( Ihildren : 

1. Walter Ware, Detroit, Mich., Nov. 6, 1858 j <L in Adrian, 

Mich., Dec. B, 1865. 

2. Chester Curtiss, New Haven, Mich., Oct 18, I860. 

3. Jesse Protheroe, New Haven, Mich., Feb. •'*, 1863; d. at 

Adrian, 1 >ec. ( '>. 1865. 

4. Charles Seymour, Adrian, July ~>. d. Sept. 24, 1866. 

5. Stuart McKenster, Adrian, Feb. •'!. 1869; m. in Meno- 

monie, Wis.. Oct. 26, 1892, Etta Mae Clark. 
I.. //. x.v/V .{!!>•>•)>, Adrian, April 8, 1874. 

L'."»7. viii. Jesse Dwight, Niagara Palls, Jan. 26, 1838. 

115. 

Nathan" ( Eliphalet, 4 Ebenezer,* Robert*), born inWrentham, 
March 21 or April 1, 1743; died in Walpole, July 1, L831, "aged 
88 yrs." He married Aug. 22, L767 (intention at Mendon, Nov. 
10, 1766), Lydia, daughter of John and Rachael Green, born in 
Mendon, March 30, 1745; died May 25, 1811. He was a captain 
in tin' Revolutionary Army in 1780. " He came home on a fur- 
lough of ill-health, was unable to return when the furlough ex- 
pired, and was ordered from headquarters to go to Dr. Warren's 
Hospital in Boston, which be did, and was there until the war 
closed : and for this reason he never got bis wages, lie died soon 
alter the Pension List was granted by Congress, ('apt. Nathan 
Ware, jr., spent time ami money to obtain his wages and pension, 
but to no avail. His wife was always a feeble woman, but a kind 
ami faithful wife and mother, teaching Iter children to walk in the 
way of truth and uprightness, and to -lam the evils of this world." 

( Ihildren : 

258. i. Amariah 8 ("Mariah" by the record), July 28, 1768; '1. Nov. 6, 

1839, aged 71. 
ii. Perley, Oct lo. 1770; ,1. Aug. 25, L843; unm. 
iii. Lydia, Dee.:'.. 1 7 7 » ". ; d. -Ian. 31, 1850, unm.; lived a; North 

Wrentham, now Norfolk, with Pearlly and Rachel. ••Aunt 

Lydia and Aunt Perley, always kind and plea-ant, tull t>i good 

work- ami also deeds." 

259. iv. Nathan, Jr.. Oct 23, 1778; ,1. Dec. 3, 1862, " 34. I." 

260. v. Asa, April L5, L780; d. March 27, 1856. 

vi. Ra< in. i., Nov. 29, 1782; d. Jan. 7, 1819, unm. 



118 WARE GENEALOGY. 



110. 

Oliver 5 (Miphalet,* Ebenezer* Robert*), born in Wrentham, 
March 10, 1746 ; died at Franklin, March 16, 1819, " Suddenly at 
Capt. Benajah Pond's." [Fr. rec] He married Betsey Bacon; 
she died April 26, 1823, aged 72. 

Children (dates of birth somewhat doubtful) : 

i. Betty, 6 June 6, 1773 ; m. May 10, 1792, Leonard Fisher, a 
pensioner of Wrentham. 
Children : 

1. Matten Ware, Oct. 8, 1792. 

2. Henrietta, Sept. 7, 1794. 

3. Geo. Leonard, Sept. 28, 1796. 

4. Silas, Sept. 25, 1798. 

5. Lowell, July 8, 1800. 

6. James Bacon, July 12, 1804. 

7. David Brainard. 

ii. Oliver, March 4, 1775. "Changed his name to Arom All- 
chorous, March 1G, 1805. Went from home and never re- 
turned." 

iii. Polly, Oct. 7, 1778, Franklin ; d. July 6, 1780. 

261. iv. Duty, April 16, 1789 ; d. June 29, 1860. 

v. Caroline B., Nov. 10, 1793; d. March 10, 1868, unm., "74. 

4.," of consumption; buried at N. Wrentham. 
vi. Martha B., d. Sept. 26, 1864, num. 

262. vii. Isaiah, d. March 20, 1865. 



117. 

Asa 6 (Uliphalet, 4 Ebeiiezer, 3 Robert*), born in Wrentham, 
July 21, 1751; died at Keene, N. H., June 6, 1831, "aged 80 
years " [tombstone] . " Captain ;" [testimony of granddaughter, 
Mrs. M. M. Metcalf]. 

Children : 

i. Delana, 6 Nov. 2, 1791 ; d. Oct. 22, 1867 ; m. Gideon Clark (b. 
1786; d. 1859). Nine children. 

Child : 

Mary M., Oct. 19, 1825 ; m. Feb. 5, 1845, Charles Met- 
calf (b. 1825 ; d. May 15, 1882). She resides at 
West Hartford, Coun., with her only child, Mrs. 
Sennett Delana (Metcalf) Thomson. 

ii. Asa. " Removed to Vermont ; had two sons, Asa and Pharez, 
and one daughter, Semira." [Mrs. M. M. M.]. 



w ARE GENE \l.»»i;y. 1 10 

118. 

Joel' | Elisha, 4 Wbenezer' Robert'), born id Wrentham, Aug. 
31, L760; died March 23, L838; married Let, Dec. n, L784, 
Pamala Blake, born April 1 I, L762 ; died July L8, L813. He 
married 2d, Sept. 15, 1814, Mille Mann, widow successively <>t' 
Joseph Cleale and Alfred Wallace (born April 6, 1771; died \>>,-. 
1. L832). 

Children, born in N. Wr., now Norfolk (the dates are in .loci 
Ware's handwriting in an old Bible at F. W. .Mann's) : 

263. i. Am.-.'" April i':'. 17*:.; -I. April 25, L832. 

ii. I'.i i -i i. March •">. L787, " 2 o'clock in the morning"; m. May 
LO, L810, Amariah Ware (No. 258 Following 

264. iii. Ai.\ w, April 17. 1790; d. Sept. 1'.'. L852, "al '■> o'clock in the 

morning." 
iv. Si \ i in \ (Cynthia), May 16, L792, "al 2 o'clock in the morn- 

ing " : in. Julius ( '. Johnson. 
v. " Suket " (Susanna), Jul} 3, 1794; m. Feb. 28, 1813, Dexter 

Whiting. - Moved home, March 28, L813." 

Children : 
1. Svke. 2. ./'»/. 3. Susanna. 1. John. 

vi. Pamella (Pamela), Dec. 22, 1802, "twenty minutes after four 

o'clock in the morning"; in. Cyrus Morse of Wr. 

Child: 

1. ( 'Imrles Lewis. 

vii. Lyi>i\ Li rana, Sept. or April 15,1817; m. May 1, L842, Dea. 
Levi Mann (b. April 2, 1816). 

Children : 

1. Thomas linn;. April 8, 1843; enlisted in the Federal 

army in his I8thyear ; was in rebel prison at Anderson- 
ville 10 niontlis. Doctor. Married Julia Backus. R 3. 
Woonsocket, H. I. 

2. Win. Edgar, Dec. 22, 1844; m. .Ian<< Martin Rae. 

:;. James Whitman. Dec. 28, 1846; d. Port Hudson, La., 

Nov. 29, 1879, num. 
I. F.ihr. Winfield, -Ian. 1. 1849 ; in. Emeline Barber Cary. 
5. Phebe Jane, Jan. 16, 1853; d. June I, 1861. 
1'.. Franklin Weston, .Inly 24, 1856; Cornell, .M.I).; m. 

Frances Gertrude Backus. Res. Milford; manuf 'r of 

•■ .Mann's Bone ( utter." 

lL'0. 

TiMnnn 1 Timothy,* Robert,' Robert'), born in Wrentham, 
Nov. 20, 17 lii: died May ."><>, L798, in his 52d year. He married 
Dec 7, L769, Abiel, daughter of Roberl and Mary Kay (born Oct. 
in, 17 is ; died dan. L2, 1825, aged 76). 



120 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children, born in Wrentham : 

i. Rachel, 6 Dec. 12, 1770; m. Sept. 11, 1795, Timothy Mann of 
Walpole ; she d. May, 1833. 
Children : 

1. Betsey, m. Freeman Clark. 

2. Nancy, m. James O. Pond. 

h. Molly, Nov. 13, 1772 ; m. Dec. 7, 1793, Jacob Fisher; she d. 
Oct. 12, 1800. 
Children : 

1. Manson, rem. to Potsdam, N. Y. 

2. Harriet, m. Louis Plyrnpton, Potsdam. 

3. Jacob, d. Oct, 2, 1800/ 

hi. Lewis, Sept. 18, 1774; d. Aug. 4, 1777. 

iv. Waitstill, April 12, 1777 ; d. July 12, 1812 ; m. in W., Nov. 
30, 1797, Win. Guild. 

Children : 

1. Julia, m. John Wellington ; res. at Bethel, Vt. 

2. Increase Sumner. 

2G5. v. Timothy, Sept. 30, 1779 ; d. Boston, Dec. 20, 1822. 

vi. Eunice, Jan. 18, 1782 : m. Aug. 14, 1804, Ezra Hixon of Rox- 
bury. She d. at Walpole, N. H. 
Children : 

1. Clarissa, m. Wm. Fisher. 

2. Olive Ware, m. Ephraim Prentice. 

3. Timothy Ware, m. Eliza Wentworth of Boston. 

4. Albert, m. Rachel Goodrich, Brookfield, Vt. 

5. Avery Ware. 

6. George Lawrence. 

7. Ezra Lewis. 

vii. Olive, Sept. 12 or Nov. 11, 1785; m. Jan. 1, 1809, Alvin 
Fisher; d. May 31, 1826. 

viii. Abiel, Dec. 6, 1787; d. Jan. 12, 1852; m. at Winslow, Me., 
Sept. 21, 1809, Frederick Paine, son of Lemuel (William, 
William, William, John, William) and Rachel (Carpenter) 
Paine of Foxboro' (b. Nov. 21, 1785; d. March 12, 1857). 
He rem. to Winslow, Me. ; cooper and farmer ; postmaster 
from 1815 for about 30 years, and town treasurer for many 
years. 

Children : 

1. Charles Frederic, June 18, 1810, at Winslow, Me., " and 

resided there until his death, May 21, 1848, by boiler 
explosion, on board of a steamboat, of which he was 
master and principal owner " ; m. Esther Loring (b. 
April 2, 1813). 

2. Albert Ware, Aug. 16, 1812. Waterville Coll. 1832. 

Studied law with Hon. Thomas Rice and Gov. Samuel 



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Wells; admitted to practice in 1885 al Bangor, Me.; 
the Supreme Court, Washington, 1858 ; has held the 
offices of bank and insuranc ■ examiner and State 
[nsurance Commissioner ; was instrumental in procur- 
ing the enactmenl of insurance statutes, the acl of mak- 
ing parties accused of crime legal witnesses in their 
own defence; and others. [Paine Gei . [ps- 

wi.-h Branch. | Married Julj 9, 1 8 l'». Marj Jones I [ale 
(I.. Maj 8, 1816). Children: 1. Mary Abby, April 
1. 1841; -J. Selma Ware, Dec. 24, 1847; 8. Lydia 
A.ugusta, Jan. 10, 1850; m. Henrj II. Carter of Bos- 
ton, On. 29, L872 ; I. Eugenie Hale, Maj I. I - 

-"•. Benjamin Growninskield, March n». 1815; m. Dec. 16, 
1841, Elizabeth Hayden (l>. Dec. L3, L822). 

1. ' 'iirnliiii' Matilda, Nov. 2, lsi7 ; m. Dr. Preserved B. 
Mills of Bangor. 

5. Harriet Newell, Jan. !. L822; d. June 9, L837. 

6. Timothy Otis, Oct. 13, 1824; m. Oct. 13, L856, Agnes, 

dau. of Rev. Adonis Howard of Medford, Mass. (1>. 
April 27, 1826). 

7. Charlotte Elizabeth, Feb. L3, 1827 ; m. Maj 22, 1851, 

George Sumner Leavitt, resides al Foxboro'. 

8. Sarah .lour, Jan. L0, 1830; m. George Copeland of 

Bridgwater, Mass. Rem. to Jefferson, Wis. 

ix. Eldad, May 29 or June 1, 1700; d. June L9, following. 
266. x. Ayeri Spragi e, June 10, L792 ; d. March 31, L838- 



121. 

Elias 8 ( Timothy,* Robert*, Robert*), born at Wrentham, May 
30, 17.". 1 : died hfajrOOj 1708 ^ married -Jan. 2f>, 1781, in Frank- 
lin. Deborah, daughter of Ephruhn and Bathsheba (Bowditch) 
Groves of Franklin. ;TUo^ XJQ 3 I $'4- / • 



Children, all born in Wrentham: ' 

Elias, 6 Feb. L9, L782; d. Nov. 24, L859, at St. Louis. 

Preston, Sept. 24, 1783 ; d. June 15, L864. 

James, Nov. 2, 1785; d. Dec L9, L865. 

Hermon, Oct. 20, L787; d. Dec. 5, 1787. 

Galen, Ipril 20, 17m:": m. Catherine Smith. 1810; left home 

and \\.i> oever heard from again. 
Ephraim Groves, Aug. 25, 1791 ; d. Nov. 8, 1862. 
Clarissa, April 17. 1794; d. Sept 22, 1856; m. in W., May 

26, ]-'.'>. Joshua Spooner; h< d. Dec 18, 1881. 
viii. Maria, March 23, L797 ; d. .Mar. 29, 1879, unm. 

Milton, Maj 28, 1799; d. Dec 23, L829, at New Orleans. 
Addison, Sept 29, 1802 ; d. Oct L2, L 87 2, at Washington, D.C. 
Deborah, March 8, L805; d. Jan. 17. L858; m. 1839, Bosea 

Fisher. 



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268. 


ii. 


269. 


iii. 




i\. 




v. 


271. 


vi. 




vii 




viii 


272. 


ix. 


273. 


X. 




\i. 






122 WARE GENEALOGY. 



122. 



Samuel 5 (Jonathan,* Robert, 3 Robert*), born in Wrentham, 
Sept. 2, 1753 ; died in Franklin, Oct. 22, 1829 ; lived at North 
Wrentham, now Norfolk; married May 27, 1779, Mehitable, 
daughter of Thomas and Mary (Aldrage) Thurston; born May 1, 
1754; died March 4, 1831. (" Lay helpless 5 y. 6 m., Palsy.") 
Lived in Groton, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Rhoda, 6 July 10, 1780; d. Sept. 3, 1859; m. April 7, 1803, 

Jesse Dean of Dedham; d. Aug. 14, 1842. 
ii. Elias, Feb. 21, 1782; d. June 6, 1784. 

274. iii. Samuel, Jr., June 26, 1784; d. in Fr., May 16, 1861. 

275. iv. Alfred, July 9, 1786; d. March 11, 1854. 

v. Nancy, Dec. 1, 1788; d. Jan. 13, 1855; m. Jan. 3, 1822, at 
Dedham, Lewis, son of Robert and Olive (Richardson) Pond 
of Franklin ; b. Aug. 29. 1790. 

276. vi. Willard, May 27, 1795 ; " d. abt. 1875." 



123. 

Asaph 5 (Henry,* Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born in Wrentham, Nov. 
20,1755; went West, 1809 ; to Wilmington, Vt., about 1788. 
He married in Wrentham, June 15, 1775, Mary or Mercy Clark. 
He married second, Anna Park. 

Children : 

277. i. Pliny, 6 Dec. 31, 1776 ; d. July 9, 1862, at Montague, Mass. 

278. ii. Ariel, "between Sept. 5, 1778, and Dec. 22, 1779." 

iii. James, March 10, 1781 ; lived in Vt., near Canada line; other- 
wise unknow n. 

iv. Ruffs, June 5, 1783. 

v. Eunice, April 4, 17s5; m. Robert Boyd of Shelburne, Mass.; 
lived at Bolton, N. Y., near Lake George. 
Children : 

1. Pliny C, m. Martha . 

2. Phidelia {Fidelia), m. William Miller. 

3. Alvira, in. Orlando Anderson, Bolton, N. Y. 

vi Lydia, June 2, 1787. 

vii. Sarah, March 22, 1789. 

viii. Lucy (rec.) March 16, 1792; d. July 12, 1876, at Woburn, 
Mass.; buried W. Brattleboro, Vt. ; m. Dec. 4, 1812, Dr. 
Cyrus Butterfield (b. Dummerston, March 15, 1791 ; d. Brat- 
tleboro, Oct. 3, 1863.) 

279. ix. Asaph, Feb. 25, 1794; d. April 11, 1879. 
x. Mercy, July 6, 1797 ; m. Zenas Butterfield. 



w m:i: GENEALOGY . 1 l.\ 

\i. Nan< y, Oct 28, 1801; d. Dover, Feb. 28, L881 ; m. al Wil- 
mingtoD, Nov. 26, 1828, John, son "I" Asa and Lois (Hale) 
Wbrden, b. Marlboro, March 30, L802; d. April 24, 1887, 
Marlboro, Vt. Lived Marlboro, Vi. 

( hildren : 

1. Luverne Angenette, July 2, 1830; d. Ward boro, Vt.,Jan. 

12, 1892; in. April 24, L853, William Johnson (b. 
Mar. 6, 1830; d. in Wardsboro, \ ;.. Feb. 24, 1881 >. 

2. Horatio Leonard, Marcb -'.K 1833; m. .March 17. I 

Lucinda Johnson. Lives al Brookside, Newfane, Vt. 

3. Julia Marilla, April 18, 1838; m. May 15, 1861, Akin 

Johnson, Marlboro, Vt.; b. Jan. 6, L834, Newfane, Vt. 

I. George Clifton, May 20, L841 ; m. Ma\ 10, 1865, Eliza- 
beth Bradlej of Dover. Lives in Guilford, 1898. 

.".. Cordelia Violette, Jan. 30, 1845; m. Aug. 30, 1865, Ad- 
dison Carpenter. Lived in Nebraska from L868 to L876, 
then in New fane, Vt. 

xii. Samuel, March 18, 1809. 

126. 

Nathan" {Ichabod,* Robert,' Robert'), born at Wrentham, 
Dec. 29, L754; died Feb. 1, L835; married at Wrentham, Dec. 
23, 1779, Hannah Everetl (b. .Mar. 22, 1756; d. Oct. 8, 1838). 
Removed to Whitefield, Me. 

( Ihildren, born at Whitefield : 

i. Cynthia, 6 March 4, 1782; m. July 10, 1823, by Rev. Joseph 
Bailey, Jared Bates; he d. .Inly 14, 1864 ; she d. May 8, 1 - 

ii. Mercy, Aug. 24, 1784; d. Jan. 17. 1858; m. Dec. 26, 1816, 
James Davis (d. Jan. 22, 1875). 

280. iii. Nathan, Jr., Sept. 24, L786; d. Mar. 20, 1852. 

281. iv. K\ i R] i i. April 2 1. L789. 

v. Timothy, Oct. 10, L791 ; m. (intentions. .Inly 6, 1816, "both of 

\Y.") Haiinali Noris. 
vi. Hannah, Aug. 26, L795; m. Nov. 17. 1815, her cousin, Joseph 

Ware, No. 283, q. v. 

282. vii. Ri i i s, Jan. I 1. 1797 ; d. March 20, L854. 
viii. Sarah, b. June 9, 1799; d. Nov. 26, 1879. 



127. 

Obed" {Ichabod,* Robert,' Robert'), born in Wrenthtim, Feb. 
19, 1759; d. al Whitefield, Me., April 3, 1816; married Polly 
, who was born Sept. 1759, and died in .May, 1824. Re- 
moved to Whitefield, Me. Obed Ware was in Warwick, R. [., 

Dec. 29, L776," from 20 t<> 22 days, under Capt. Joseph LoveU 

ofMedway. [.Military History of Mcdw ay .] 



283. 


i. 


284. 


ii. 


284a. 


iii. 


285. 


iv 



124 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children, born in Whitefield : 

Joseph, 6 Feb. 24, 1788 ; d. June 21, 1876. 
Obed, Oct. 5, 1789. 
Benjamin, June 5, 1794. 
David, July 2, 1796. 
Jeremiah, Aug. 16, 1798. 



128. 

Joseph 5 (Ichabod,* Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born in Wrentham, Oct. 
11, 1761; died Jan. 12, 1837; married first, Esther, daughter of 
Daniel and Esther (Hall) Holbrook of Medway; pub. April 25, 
1798 ; she was born in North Wrentham, Feb. 4, 1761 ; died 
Nov. 10, 1808. He married second, March 23, 1809, Mary, 
daughter of Asa Blake of N. Wrentham; she died April 8, 1829, 
aged 59. He married third, Oct. 22, 1829, Mrs. Abigail Greene 
of Medway, who survived him and married (as 3d wife), Harmon 
Metcalf. In about 1784 he removed to West Medway; engaged 
in farming. June 12, 1785, he united with the " Second Church 
of Christ," in Medway ; in 1798 was elected deacon ; served until 
his removal from Medway to North Wrentham in 1813. He owned 
a large farm there, a part of which is now comprised in the place 
known as "Highland Lake Grove." 

Children : 

i. Joseph, 6 March 14, 1794, W. Medway; d. Mar. 21, 1868, N. 

Wr. ; unm. 
ii. Esther, Sept. 24, 1795; d. Feb. 1, 1833; m. March 27, 1831, 
Jonathan Adams. 
Child : 

Asa Ware ; lives hi Franklin. 

286. iii. Josiah Holbrook, Aug. 17, 1797 ; d. May 16, 1883. 

iv. Daniel Addison, March 27, 1799, Medway ; d. March 15, 

1868; buried at Sheldonville Cem. 
v. Mary Edwards, Jan. 18, 1802; d. July 25, 1821. 

287. vi. Asa Blake, March 1, 1810; d. Sept. 10, 1878. 

288. vii. Lyman Park, May 12, 1812 ; d. Lowell, Mar. 4, 1869. 



129. 

Ebextezer 5 (Ichabod,* Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born at Wrentham, 
Jan. 28, 1767; died June 11, 1834, at Mansfield; he married 
first, March 9, 1807 (by David Gilbert, J. P.), Betsey White; 
she died, May 25, 1813, in M. He married second, Lucinda (Seth 
and Susan Burr) (b. Aug. 24, 1784, ; died March 13, 1861. 



w \i;i: BENEALOGY. 1 25 

Children,* born in Mansfield : 

289. i. James, 8 Jan. 15, 1808; d. Feb. 20, L877. 

290. ii. Josi i'ii. An-, l I. L809 ; .1. Feb. 9, 1877. 

291. iii. Timothy, Aug. 26, 18) J : .1. <»,i. :;i», i«7<;. 
is. David, b. and d. Sept. 21, 1816. 

v. George, Sept. 24, L818; d.Feb. 1. L 898, Taunton Asylum; m. 

Am-.. L842, Hannah .Maria Cole ('I. in M., Oct. 6, L886). No 

children. 
vi. Elizabeth, Aug. 20, 1821 ; d. April 30, 1822. 

130. 

Ctbus' ( Tchabod, 4 Robert,' Robert 2 }, born in VVrcnthnm, Aug. 
20, 1777; died, Jan. 28, L856; married Erst, March 27, 1803, 
Hannah Richardson ; she died March 29, L819, in her 40th year. 
i Perhaps he married third, March 8, 1821, Chloe Carpenter of 
( Sumberland, EL. I.) 
Children : 

i. Sally, 6 Jan. 18, 1804; m. Frederick Snow of Medway. 
Child: 
Sarah C, m. Evans. Resides Smithfield, R. I. 

293. ii. Cybi s, Jr., May 12, L806. 

iii. Chablotte, April L'6, L808; d. num., June 13, 1854. 
iv. Hannah, Dec. 29, I810;m. April 13, 1847, John Clark of Hal- 
lowell, Me. No Children. Rem. to Smithfield, R. I. 

294. v. Thomas B., March 81, 1813. 

131. 

I'iiinkiias* (Juhez,* Michael' Robert"-), born in Wrentham, 
April 22, 1750; "Lieut.", 1787; died dan. 17, 1826, in Franklin. 
"Dr. Emmons preached his funeral Sermon." [D. E. W.] He 
married Susanna Hawes; she died Sept. 27, 1817. 

Children, horn in Franklin : 

i. Clabinda 8 , Dec. 31, L778 ; d. July 8, L870,aged 92; m. Jan. 1, 
1801. Macy A. lams. Rem. to Walpole, N. II.: d. Oct. 24, 
18-") 1 • 
Children : 

1. Albert? March 16, L806; m.Oct.13, 1853, Wilder. 

2. 7%eron,Oct. 11. L808; d. June L3, L852; m. Sept. 6, 
L836, Submit (William and Roxanna (Burt)) Blanchard ; 
(1. Oct. 1. 18 46, aged 31 ; In: m. second, Louise Stevens, 
Windsor, Vt. " Printer." 

ii. Elvtba, Feb. ••'■. L781 ; '1. Aug. L6, 17 
iii. WABBEN, Feb. 15, 1783 ; d. num. 

• "E. C. Wan: say* Ebenezei had 10 children." | B, P. W.) 



126 WARE GENEALOGY. 

iv. Harvey, March 25, 1785 ; d. July 21, 1786. 

295. v. Alfred, Sept. 30, 1787 ; [" d. Franklin, Jan. 25, 1826."] 

296. vi. Philander, Nov. 12, 1789 ; d. Medfield, Nov. 18, 1844. 
vii. Susan, Dec. 29, 1792 ; d. unm. March 5, 1833. 



132. 

Jason 5 (Jabe.z, 4 Michael, 3 Robert' 2 ), born at Wrentham, the 
part afterwards Franklin, March 10, 1756; died May 11, 1843; 
married, first, Sept. 16, 1782, Polly, daughter of Stephen (Francis 
Isaac, Francis) Peabody, from Saccarappa, then living in Warren, 
Me. (born April 11, 1756; died March 5, 1815). He married (2) 
April 16, 1817, Sally Severance (born April 21, 1770; died April 
3, 1849). Removed to Union, Me. In 1777, probably, visited the 
town (" Sterlington," Lincoln County), with Joel Adams and 
Matthias Hawes ("three unmarried men from Franklin, Mass."), 
and bought a tract of land, on the "N. W side of Round Pond." 
" Hawes had 255 acres, Ware 230." ' They lived together in a 
log house which they built on Ware's land near the pond. Their 
oven was a led^e near their house. Becomini>; rather dissatisfied 
with their mode of life they hired Jemima Robbins who began to 
keep house for them June 29, 1780. Here they continued till the 
'Royal Mess ,' as they called themselves, was broken up. Each 
member contributed his share of the provisions and their accounts 
are still preserved. Joel Adams married Jemima R. Jason Ware 
settled on the north side of Muddy Brook, where his son Vinal 
Ware lived later immediately north of him." Matthias Hawes was 
a soldier in the Revolution. In 1787 helped to lay out a road ; one 
of the town auditors in 1795 ; etc. 

Children : 

i. Greexleaf, 6 Aug. 22, 1783 ; d. Sept. 29, 1802. 
ii. Peggy, Dec. 9, 1784 ; m. Alford Batters, July 18, 1804 ; moved 
to Ohio, and died. 
Children : 

1. Rachel, May, 1805; d. 1811. 

2. Alford, May 11, 1807. 

iii. Polly, July 8, 1787 ; d. Feb. 25, 1875 ; m. Nathan Hills, July 
9, 1807. 
Children : 

1. Vinal, July 27, 1808; m. Cordelia, dau. of John C. and 
Berintha Robbins of Northport. 

2. Isaac, April 23, 1811 ; m. Eliza Hall of dishing. 

3. Mary, Oct. 3, 1813; d. March 10, 1814. 

4. Polly, March 2, 1815 ; m. in 1836, Nathaniel K. Burkett. 

5. Nancy, April 30, 1817; m. Clary, of Jefferson. 



WABE GENEALOGY. 127 

6. Nathan, Sept. 26, L820 ; m. M.u-\ Severing, <>f K ij. 

7. Caroline, July 11. 1823. 

8. Silas, March 29, L826. [Union, Me., L889.] 

9. Lavina, A.pril 21, L828. 
1U. Matilda, April 18, 1881. 

207. iv. Vin\!„ .Julv 9, L789. 

v. Mela, Dec. 1, .1. Deo. ■"., 1791. 

vi. Cm. ok, Nov. •"<, 17'.t.: ; (1. .May 28, L845; in. .Ian. 19, L817, Faac, 
son of Reuben 1 Iills. 
Children : 

1. Jason, Dec. L2, 1817. 

2. Harriet, A.ng. 22, L819. 

3. Cyrus, June 7, L823; d. Sept. 18, L824. 

4. ffw/tM Philander, July 21, L825. 

5. Miranda, June 21, d. Sept 28, 1828. 

vii. Sisa or Susanna, June 19, 1795: d. Jan. 2, 179G. 

298. viii. Jabez, July .!, 1898. 

133. 
Amos' (Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Robert" ), born in AVrenham, March 
29, 1760; died May 18, 1833, at Paxton. He married, April 13, 
17*6, at Franklin, by Rev. Nathaniel Emmons, Rachel Pond 

(born Oct. 2, 17G8; died Aug. 8, 1818, at Paxton). [See Pond 
Family.] 
Children : 

299. i. Benjamin Pond, May 23, L787 ; d. June 24, 1810. 
.■!<">. ii. Frastcs, Oct. 16, 1788 ; d. May 5, 1865. 

3U1. iii. Amos, June 28, 1791. 

302. iv. Horace, Oct. 24, 1793 ; d. Aug. 10, 1881. 

v. HARRIET, .Inly 12 or 20, 1799; d. June 26, 1847; mini. 
Founded The Children's Friend Society at Providence, R. I. 
[See memoir by Dr. Way land.] 

vi. Mary, June 22, 1802 ; d. Aug. 7, I860; tram. 

vii. MntANDA, April I, 1804; d. March 25, 1875 ; m. June 25, 1822, 
as Becond wife, Harvej Woodward of Franklin. Many de- 
scendants in Paxton. 

viii. Daniel, March 3, 1806; d. Jan. 5, 181 1. 

134. 

Abiel 5 (Michael,* Michael,' Robert*) born in AVrenham. 
Was it this Abiel who was born Dec. 25, 1757? lie married 
Esther Haskell of Cumberland, It. I., who survived him and 
married, second, Hawkins. 

Child : 

303. Lewis, 6 * Cumberland, R. L, Jan. 25, 1779; d. in Keene, N. H., 

in 1832. 

•The child waa recorded as u Abner" al its birth, hut on May 26, 1796, the name 

was changed to Lewis Ware by " request and order of now Bather Haw kin-." 



128 WARE GENEALOGY. 

135. 

Ariel 5 {Michael,* Michael* Robert 2 ), born at Wrentham about 
1775 ; died in the summer of 1832 at Buckland ; married Submit, 
daughter of Richard and Ruth (Pitts) Phillips (born in Dighton ; 
died in July, 1835). Lived most of his life in Dighton. 

Children (order not certainly known) : 

306. i. Richard, 6 Buckland, May 31, 1797 ; d. of typhoid fever, Aug 

22, 1840; ru. 1st, Feb. 2, 1826, Roxanna Monson, who was 
b. Feb. 9, 1806, and d. Oct. 2, 1830. He married 2d, Huldah 
Watson ; she d. in 1882-3, at Coleraine. 

Children : 

583. 1. Lauriston, July or January, 1827 ; d. in N. Hadley, Jan 
26, 1890 ; m. 1st, Feb. 26, 1854 or 1855, Mary Cal- 
kins ; she d. in Charlemont, 1861-2 ; m. 2d, Nov. 25, 
1862, Ellen, sister of first wife; she d. in North Had- 
ley, Jan. 26, 1885. Was in militia with his father. 

Children, born in Shelburne Falls in Buckland : 

(1) Nellie Melissa, Dec. 15, 1855 ; d. July 18, 

1886 ; m. Nov. 17, 1880, Frank Hubbell, 
New Haven, Conn. 

(2) Sarah, Oct. 3, 1857; m. Aug. 23, 1883, 

William Adams. Children : Levi and 
Florence. 

(3) Mary Ellen, July 20, 1859 ; m. May 7, 1890, 

James Dav. 

2. Laura Elmer, Aug. 16,' 1829; d. July 24, 1864; m. 

March 6, 1850, Otis Richmond. 
Children : 

(1) Francis Richard, Shelburne Falls, April 20, 

1851, architect, member state legislature ; 
resided at Springfield. 

(2) Adah Mahala, Dec. 1, 1853. 

(3) Ordellow, Jan. 20, 1856 ; d. Oct., 1873. 

(4) Hattie Rosella, June 6, 1858. 

(5) Fannie Emma, May 29, 1860 ; d. at Jamaica, 

Vt., 1880. 

(6) Alvin Ellsworth, July 22, 1864, at Amherst 

carpenter ; Springfield. 

3. Roxanna, m. about 1864, Foster Merriam, private in the 

army ; res. Pax ton. 

4. Hassachiah, m. Oct. 29, 1884, Elijah Brigham of Sutton. 

5. Mary Jane, d. March 1, 1889, unm. 

307. ii. Leander, about 1800 ; d. about 1884 ; lived most of his life at 

Buckland ; removed to Zoar (Charlemont). 
Children : 

1 . Emily, m. William Payne ; child Wilbur. 

2. Melissa. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 128a 

iii. Esther, Oct 15, 1802; d. Maj 25, L895; m. 1st, Bomer, son 
of Othniel and Anna (Phillips) Johnson (h. Dec. 27, 1802; 
d. Julj 81. L848). She m. 2d, Josiah Booth. 
Children: 

1. Franklin Johnson, April 80, 1840; -1. April 2, L875; 

m. [sahel Cole. 

2. Homer Johnson, Dec. 17, 1842; in. Adelaide (dan. of 

Eendrick?) Ware, b. Aug. 9, L841 ; child, Galen W., 
July 6, 1878. 

3. Lucy Booth) May '-'•">, 1847. 

iv. Amanda, Nov. I, L804; m. Feb. 2, L826, Zopher Woodward 
(!>. 1800). 
Children: 

1. Cynthia, Aug. 30, 1825 ; m. Reuben Strceter. 

2. Aziibah, Oct. 13, 1826; d. Aug. •">. 1840. 
.;. Andrew, Nov. 20, L828 ; d. .Ian. 1 I. 1829. 
I. Lucy, Nov. 22. 1833 ; d. Aug. 12, 1840. 

5. Tirznh, Sept. in, L836; m. Jude C, son of James and 

Fanny Kinic. lies. Shelbiirne Falls. 

6. Phillip. 

7. Joah. 

8. Zr 7 ^pr, July If,, is ID. 

v. Huldah, Buckland, Nov. 1 I. 1807 ; d. July 18, 1888 ; m. Oct. 
1"), ls29 or 1830, .loli. son of Spencer and Abigail (Thayer) 
Woodward (l>. Sept. l 1. L804 ; d. April L8, 1883). 
Children : 

1. Ariel, May 1, 1831; d. July 10, 18G9; m. Caroline 

Wadsworth. 

2. Huldah Submit, Oct. 11, 1832: m. Dec. 6, 1854, Robert 

B., son of [gal and Hannah (Whitney) Fellows (b. 
Oct. 3, 1819 ; d. Dec. 2(i. 1897). Res. Shelburne. 
:'>. Lydia Alicia, March 25, IK.i7; m. May, 1854, James 
II.. son of Isaac and Harriet (Lyon) Woodward (b. 
Jan. 11, 1832). 

4. Deiadamia, Feb. 17, 1839, 

5. Martin Van, Oct. 2, 1842; m. May. 1865, Medora, 

daughter of John and ( 'harlotte (Todd ) Veher. 

6. LueUen Amanda, Julj '_'•*'. 1845; d. Jan. I. 1848. 

7. Sarah Loraine, Aug. 17, 1847 ; m. Aug., 1865, Jonathan 

s. Trevetl (1.. dun- 30, is 12). 

8. Fanny Cornelia, dan. i'-"., L.s;,o ; ,1. Sept. 11. 1892; m. 

Nov., 1869, Joseph F. Ducharme (b. Oct. 11, 1845). 
vi. SOPHBONIA, dan. 1, 1809 ; m. George Viber. 
Children : 

1. J). AUen, living at Zoar in Charlemont 

2. Rotoena, 

vii. ANNE, NOV. 25, 1811 ; d. in 1891 ; m. Ft. Willard Ware, No. 
30* ; lie d. about 18h">. She m. 2d. Jes^e Fdson. 



128b WARE GENEALOGY". 

Children of Willard and Anne (Ware) "Ware : 

1. Darwin ; lived at Shelbnrne Falls ; m. Lucretia . 

Child : 

Florence ; m. Oct. 22, 1884, George E. Bates of 
Shelburne Falls. 

2. Samuel. 

3. Dianna. 

4. Sophronia. 

5. Lucy. 

6. George. 

viii. Franklin, Feb. 10, 1813; d. June 8, 1899; m. 1st, Fanny 
Smith ; m. 2d, Mrs. Nimms. Carpenter ; res. Buckland. 

Children : 

1. Ophelia. 3. Francelia. 

2. Angelia. 4. Franklin, born about 1851 ; car- 

penter ; res. Springfield. 



136. 

Michael 8 (Michael,* Michael, 3 Robert*), born at Wrentham 
in 1765, being the eldest of four sons by the second wife ; died aged 
84, in 1849 ; married, first, Mary (Polly) Cross ; he married, second, 
Hannah Kemp (or Kamp) ; had 20 children, 10 by each wife. 

Children of Michael 5 and Mary Cross : 

i. Rewel (Reuel). 6 ii. Michael. iii. Zachariah. 

308. iv. Willard, b. about 1800 ; d. 1843 ; m. Anne 6 daughter of 

Ariel 5 Ware (135). 

309. v. Jabez. vi. Polly, vh. Nancy, viii., ix., and x. died young. 

Children of Michael 5 and Hannah Kemp. Order uncertain : 

310. xi. Enos, was living in 1898 at San Francisco, aged about 90 years. 

Child : Men B?; m. Ida A. Children : Merritt E., 8 Aug. 
28, 1879 ; Mabel, Feb. 13, 1883. 
xii. Palmer. xiii. Daniel. xiv. Louisa. xv. Betsy. 

xvi. Rosina. xvii. Lucy. xviii. Lucretia. 

xix. , died young. xx. , died young. 



139. 

James 5 (Michael, 4 Michael, 3 Robert 2 ), born at Wrentham; 
married, and had family. 

Children : 
313. i. Mantu. 6 ii. Margaret. iii. Molly. 



\v.\i;r. GENEALOGY. 129 

140. 

Ai'.i.i\ir (Michael,* Michael,' Robert*), born at Wrentham; 
married Feb. 20, 17 s .">, Jerusha Ellis of Medway. 



CI 



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i. 


A DAMS. 4 


ii. 


A i'.i.i mi. 


iii. 


A MAS \. 


iv. 


.1 1 RUSH \ 



R ■-. :it K\ rrett. 

M. first ; m. se > I. al the age of 8 I. Chiliab 

Smith, aged 97. He died al the age of l'"» years, 7 mos. and 
lu days, Leaving her a widow a second time. 

141. 

Frederick 8 (Jonathan, 4 Jonathan, 3 Robert 9 ), born in Wren- 
tham, Sept. 3, 1760; died at Pomfret, Vt., Dec. 16, 1832;* married 
1st, dan. 25, 1784, Eunice Emerson, who died May 9, 1785. He 
married 2d, Sept. 29, 1785, Jemima, daughter of William and 
Mary Manning, born Sept. 1761 : died April 23, 1850. From the 
time of his father's death until he was of age, he lived and studied 
medicine with Dr. Hawes ofFoxboro'; lie then settled in Pomfret, 
where he married ; was quite a noted physician in hi.s time; was 
town clerk March 3, 1789 to 1806; was a beautiful penman, and 
the records made by him look like printing. 

Children, horn at Pomfret, Yt. : 

i. Stella,' Aug. 2, 17s 1 ; m. Briggs, Rochester, Vt. 

ii. Milla (Melatiah), Aug. 20, 17m; ; d. Oct 12, L829 ; m. 

Anson Perkins, 
iii. Nancy, Sept. 2, 1788; d. April 4, 18G3 ; m. Feb. 11, 1821, 
John Thompson. 
Child: 

Lucy Hill, Jan. 5, 1826 ; living 1880. 

317. iv. Frederk b Hoffman, Dec. I. 1790; d. Jan. 25, 1878. 

318. v. Hum. e, Jan. 22, 1793 ; d. Aug. I, L881. 

vi. Mart (Polly), Feb. I. 17:'.".; d. al Afton, .Minn., Pise. 22, 
1889; blind since about 1873; m. Joel, son of Benjamin and 
Abigail (Whitney) Thompson of Pomfret, Vt. 
( Ihildren, 1>. Pomfret, Vt. : 

1. Prudence Elizabeth, Nov. II. 1816; m. July 2, 1887, 

Benj. F. Thompson (1.. June 15, 1812; d. March 24, 
L865). 

2. ('/>. Ware, April 2, 1818; d. Nov. 28, 1883, at Chicago, 

111.; in. Dec 15, L842, Mary, daughter of Dr. Pi 
Bradley of Dracut, now Lowell, Mai s. 

3. Parmelia Manning, March 2, L821 ; d. March •">. L854, 

in Lexington, Ma--.: m. Dec. 25, 1838, S. S. Sea vy. 

• Probably this ■ il"' statement made on page 84. [Publisher.] 

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130 WARE GENEALOGY. 

4. Joel B., March 29, 1823 ; m. July 3, 1845, in Boston, 

by Rev. R. H. Neale, Mary J. Symonds, b. E. Machias, 
Me, Sept. 28, 1821. 

5. Ellen M., May 6, 1825 ; m. Richard Buswell, Sept. 15, 

1852. Lives Afton, Minn. 

6. and 7. d. young. 

8. Josephine J., March 2, 1831 ; governess in Gen. Sam Hous- 

ton's family in Austin, Tex. ; m. Win. Price, lawyer, 
and d. 1861. 

9. Emily Augusta, July 20, 1833 ; m. 1st, Feb. 10, 1859, T. 

Dwight Smith (d. May 6, 1875) ; m. 2d, Aug. 8, 1878, 
James Polk Lechler (d. July 11, 1887), Lancaster, 
Pa. 

vii. Charles Pinckney, Jan. 10, 1798 ; d. Dec. 19, 1811. 
viii. Betsey, Oct. 24, 1799 ; d. Dec. 28, 1811. 
319. ix. Leonard, July 16, 1801 ; d. Jan. 14, 1888. 
x. Thomas, Aug. 7, 1803 ; d. 1826, unm. 
xi. Lucy Manning, Oct. 30, 1805 ; d. Feb. 13, 1812. 
xii. Charles Pinckney, Dec. 19, 1811. 



142. 

Paul 5 {Jonathan, 4, Jonathan, 3 Robert-), born in Wrentham, 
Oct. 6, 17G2; died Aug. 12, 1880; buried at Wrentham Centre. 
He married Hannah (Thomas, Thomas, Thomas) and Susanna 
(Fisher) Brastow, born March 28, 1771 ; she was a descendant of 
Rev. Samuel and Esther (Ware) Man. 

He served in the Revolution as private in Capt. Luke Howell's 
co., Col. Nathan Tyler's regt., 177 ( J ; also private in Capt. Amos 
Ellis' co., Col. Dean's 4th Suffolk Co. rout., in 1781; ('apt. N. 
Thayer, 1780; Mass. Res. 1783, ch. 100 for service in 1780; on 
roll of Capt. Thayer's co., March, 1784; Capt. L. Howell's co., 
June 25, 1784. 

Children : 

321. i. Paul, 6 Nov. 13, 1791. 

ii. Hannah, June 15, 1793 ; d. Aug. 21, 1795 ; "drowned in the 

brook." 
iii. Patty, April 9, 1795 ; d. Sept. 2, 1797. 

322. iv. Jonathan, March 8, 1797 ; d. June 6, 1877. 

v. Hariot, Jan. 5, 1799 ; lived in Wrentham ; d. Feb. 14, 1888, in 
Dorchester, was bur. in Wrentham ; m. Nov. 19, 1838, as 2d 
wife, Nathan, son of Lieut. Jonas (Benj., Benj., Humphrey, 
Humphrey) and Urania (Locke) Barrett of Concord, Mass. 
(b. Ashby, Nov. 19, 1788 ; d. Wr., April 6, 1877). 

Child : 

Ellen Brastow, Sept. 2, 1839, in Boston ; m. April 16, 
1862, Gardner Asaph Churchill of Dorchester (b. May 



u \i:i: GENE ILOGY. 13 1 

26, 1839 ; d. An-, 20, 1896). He wasasonof Asaph 
(Asaph, Zebedee, Perez, Benj. P., Wm., John) and 
Mar} Buckminster (Brewer) < hurchill. 

vi. Si SAN, April '.». 1801 : in. A 1 \ in (Abram) Nye of Sandwich. 

828. vii. Mm Mi\n, Sept. l l. 1803. 

824. viii. Leonard, Sept. I, L805 ; d. Nov. •_'. L888, al Dorchester, Mass. 
ix. Thomas, Feb. 1808. 

x. Eleanom (Ellen), Deo. 12, L810 ; -I. May 6, L891 ; m. Oct 
15, L829, al Walpole, Joseph Wales Baste or Esty , of Boston. 
II.- d. Jan. M. 1844, aged 38 yrs. •"> mos. 5 daj 

Children: 
I. Ellen Elizabeth Sophia, Nov. •-'■">. 1830; m. June 18, 

L850, Francis Maguire. 
■_'. Annah I;,,-,,,,,-,!. Feb. 21, 1833; d. in infancy. 
;;. Josephine Wales, April 21, L834; d. March 24, I 

in. Jan. 8, L857, Charles Carrol Southard. 

xi. Charlotte, Sept 16; d. Aug. 24, 181 I. 

14:;. 

Jonathan 8 {Jonathan* Jonathan? Robert 2 ), born in AVren- 

tham, April 2 I or 27, 1 7 C, 7 ; II. ( '. 1790 ; removed to P fret, Vt. ; 

died Feb. 1, L838, at the house of hi- aon-in-law, Butterfield, at 
Andover, N. II., on his way from Boston to Pouifret. lie married 
June L9, 1794, Betsey 1'., daughter of John \V . Dana, Esq., of 
Pomfret (died March 3, 184 L). 

He studied law in Bennington, \'t.. and was instrumental in starting the 
first newspaper in that part of the State, "The Green Mountain Patriot." 
He afterwards taught school for some years. The sign "J. Ware's Greek 
School," '"in be Been on an ol<l print of Joy's Building, Boston. But his 
great interest ami occupation was the study of foreign la iguages, in which 
he became a proficient. He devoted tic- last ten or twelve years of Ids life 
to a Polyglot Lexicon of the Bible in Hebrew, Greek, Latin, Russian, 
Spanish, French, Italian and English. His daughter Camilla, who was 
ellenl linguist, assisted him in his work. Collected a line libra- 
ry. [Sec Arvine's Cyclopaedia of Anecdotes of Literature and Fin A 
and tie- < long. Journal, for accounts of father and daughter. 

Children: 

i. Jonathan," March 20, 1796; d. Feb. 28, 1813, unm. 
326. ii. John. Jan. 18, L798 ; d. Man', :;. 1825. 

iii. Mary Betsky, Sept 13, 1800; d. dan. ••'.. 1849; m. Samuel 
Butterfield, Esquire, 1885. 
Child: 

Jonathan Ware, Feb. 24, L838. 
iv. Camilla, Nov. 28, L804; d. Aug. 10, 1871, unm. 

teacher. 

v. Eleanor, Nov. 12, 1807 ; d. Dec. 2, 1807. 



132 WARE GENEALOGY. 



144. 



Cyrus 5 (Jonathan,* Jonathan, 3 Robert 2 ), born in Wrentham, 
May 8, 1769; died Feb. 17, 1849; married in May, 1803, at 
Barre, Vt., Patty, daughter of Gardner Wheeler of Grafton, Mass. 
and Barre, Vt. She was born April 29, 1787, at Grafton; died 
June 2, 1864. He removed to Montpelier, Vt. ; learned the trade 
of blacksmith of his brother-in-law, Enoch Billings. Later he be- 
came a lawyer in Montpelier, 1799 ; representative; chief judge of 
Caledonia Co. Court for forty years ; " law and trial justice of peace " 
in Montpelier. 

Children, born in Montpelier : 

i. Gardner Wheeler, 6 Aug. 23, 1806. 

ii. Patty Melatiah (" Patty Milly ", record), Jan. 28, 1809 ; m. 

Caldwell, living at St. Antony's, Lower Canada. 

iii. Cyrus Leonard, Aug. 21, 1811. 

329. iv. Henry, Oct. 7, 1815; d. Cincinnati, O., Aug. 25, 1885. 

v. George, Feb. 9, 1818. 

vi. Mary, March 23, 1825 ; m. Joel Foster ; lives at Montpelier. 

vii. Louisa, Oct. 13, 1829. 

145. 

Melatiah 5 (Melatiah, 4 Jonathan, 3 Robert 2 ), born at Wren- 
tham, Feb. 16, 1775; died in Wilmington, Vt., March or May 7, 
1845, " Captain." He married, Jan. 1, 1804, Susan Dix Fox ; 
born Aug. 18, 1782; died, March 31, 1869. 

Children, born at Wilmington, Vt. : 

331. i. Corydon, 6 Nov. 21, 1804 ; d. Mar. 5, 1874. 

332. ii. Melatiah, Aug. 4, 1807 ; d. July 7, 1877. 

iii. Marilla, Aug. 21, 1809 ; d. Sept. 7, 1876 ; m. Francis M. Hall. 

333. iv. Horatio Gates, Dec. 19, 1811. 

v. Susan Elizareth, May 21, 1814 ; m. Rufus Smith ; living, 
1887, at Shelburne Falls. 
Children : 

1. Hiram Orlando, Sept. 19, 1841 ; m. 1st, May 27, 1863, 

Helen Martha Severance (b. Feb. 13, 1840 ; d. Oct. 
14, 1865) ; m. 2d, Julia M. Pratt (Elvira), Nov. 4, 
1868 (b. April 29, 1837). 

2. Mary M. ; d. bef. 1888. 

vi. Mary Randall, Aug. 11, 1817; d. Mar. 6,1849; m. Benj. 
Randall. 
Children : 

1. Horatio B. 

2. Mary W. 

vii. Harriet Parmella, Aug. 23, 1822 ; d. Dec. 25, 1876 ; unm. 



w \i;i: fiKNK.vr.oiiv. 1.3:5 



1 16. 



Horatio Gates' {Melatiah,* Jonathan, Bob rt*), born June 
8, 1778; died at Wilmington, Vt., Feb. 8, 1856; married, Jan. 
•_' I , L808, Keziab Eames Goodenow; she was born in E. Sudbury, 
Mass., now Wayland; died, Nov. 24, L835, aged 48. He re- 
moved to Wilmington, \ t. 

Children, born in Boston : 

i. Mari Jani .'• March 19, 1811. 

ii. Caroline, Aug. 26, 1813; m. AJanson Bigelow. 

iii. HOEATIO SEWALL, Oct. 1-'!. L815 ; d. uiiin. 

iv. Horatio Gates, March 6, 1818 ; d. March 16, L857. 
v. Loammi Bai dwin, Jan. 8, 1821 ; .1. Nov. 11, 1822. 
vi. Elizabeth Webber, Nov. 8, 1823. 

vii. Loammi (i >enow, Aug, I. 1sl'7; II. ('.. 1850; became a 

Unitarian minister; d. Burlington, Yt.. April in, J.ii)l ; unm. 



147. 

Daniel Leonard 8 (Melatiah,* Jonathan,' Robert'), born at 
Foxboro, March ">, L783 ; memb. Anc. and Hon. Art. Co.; died 
April i'.">, is.". |, ;in-,.,i 71 ; painter; married Dec. •">, 1813, Elizabeth 
(.lours) Dow, born at Hampstead, X.H., Sept. ',), 1775; died 
April 30, 1850. Iu'-idcd in Boston. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Horatio Leonard, 6 Feb. 11. L815 ; d. Feb. •".. 1817. 
ii. Elizabeth Jones, Jan, 11. 1817; m. May 16, l> s -"><>. Austin 
Miles Carver Josselyn (tailor) (b. Boston; d. Jan. ti. L854.) 
33G. iii. Daniel Leonard, Jr., Jan. 24, 1819. 

iv. Amos Nelson, Nov. I. L821 ; d. Nov. 10, 1824. 
337. v. William Horatio, Sept. 6, 1823. 

\i. Susan Louise, July 22, 1825; m. Nov. L3, L849, at Provi- 
dence, R. I.. John Low Stodder, tailor (b. r><»t<m). 
Child: 

Geo. Frederick, Nov. 2, L851. 



1 50. 

Abel* (Ephraim,* Epkraim,' Ephraim'), born in Dedham, 
Feb. 28, L766; I. apt. in Dedham. March 30, 1766, at age of L9; 
died June, L803, of brain fever; buried in Elmwood Lawn Ceme- 
tery, Athens, Me. II*- married .Inly 1 1. L788, Sibyl Spaulding of 
Norridgwock, Me., horn May 25, 17iii': died March 11, L852. 
Removed to Concord, Me., in 1790; farmer. 



134 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Sarah, 6 Jan. 13, 1790; d. July 22 or 28, 1877 ; m. March 11, 
1811. Amos Fletcher. 
Children : 

1. Sibyl Ware; in. Augustus Rowe. 

2. Amos ; died young. 
8. Amos ; died young. 

4. Caroline; m. June 1G, 1842, Rev. Nathan Dole. 

Their son, Rev. Charles Fletcher Dole, b. May 17, 
1845, is a well known minister and writer, of Boston. 

5. Mary ; m. Edward J. Peet. 
G. John Ware. 

7. Abel Ware. 

ii. Betsey. June 28, 1792; d. March 19, 1877; m. March 15, 
1811, Jonathan Bosworth (grandd. Carrie E. Vaughan, Nor- 
ridgewock). 

iii. John, Jan. 3, 1794 ; d. Sept. 1, 1795. 

338. iv. Abel, Sept. 11. 1798. 

339. v. John, Dec. 5. 1801 ; d. Oct. 8, 1877. 



152. 

Samuel 6 {Jonathan,* Robert? Ephraim"), born probably at 
Fitchburg, July 18, 1775; died Sept. 21, 1840, at Leominster; 
married by Rev. Timothy Flint (no date), (int. Lunenburg, Dec. 
20, 1807), Abigail, daughter of Benjamin and Olive (Broadstreet) 
Bailey of Lunenburg (b. April 19, 1783) ; she died Jan. 1, 1866, 
"82. 9. 13," in Leominster. 

This family write their name "Wares." 

Children, born in Leominster : 

i. Olive Broadstreet, 8 July 3, 1810; living 1888 ; " m. in 1850 

in Boston, William J. Edmunds." 
ii. Abigail, Oct. 28, 1813 ; living 1888 ; m. in 1843 in Boston, 

James Downs. 
Children : 

1. Clara M, 1844; m. June 28, 1863, at Milton, N. H., 

Henry H. Corson (d. 1880). 

2. Abbie J., 1848. 

3. George L., 1852. 

4. Sarah F., 1855; m. May 18, 1885, Wm. T. Wallace. 

iii. Martha Rogers, Nov. 7, 1815 ; d. Leominster, Jan. 3, 1885. 
iv. Samuel Boylston, Nov. 29, 1820 ; d. Dec. 8, 1837, at Leono- 
inster. 
340. v. David Edmund [Jan. 22, 1823.] 



w \ur. QENEAL0G1 ■ !■"'■'> 



L53. 



James' (Jonathan, 4 Robert,' Ephraim*), born ai Fitchburg, 
Aug. 25, L783 ("July 25, 1780," says Samuel Wares) ; died at 
Townsend, Mass., "widower," March is, L856, aged 75; buried 
Fitchburg ()1<1 Cemetery. Be married July 2, 1804, Rachel, 
daughter of George and Sarah Wood, born at Fitchburg, July 26, 
1785; died at Leominster, Jan. 25, L822. 

( Ihildren : 

841. i. Abe i.,' ; Fitchburg 6r Leominster, Dec. 26, L804. 

ii. Sally, Leom., Oct. 30, L806 ; m. in Fitchburg, l>y Rev. Calvin 
Lincoln, Unitarian, June 26, 1831, Alonzo W. Baker; went 
\\ '.si ; lived at Grand Lodge, Mich.; shed. Oct. 21, L889 ; he 
d. Dec. L8, L892. 
Child: 

Eliza Ann, April 1 I. L832; d. July 27. 1858 ; m. Jan. 1, 
is.")."), ( narles Patterson. 

342. iii. [James?] Loring, July 19, 1809; d. Townsend, March 7, 1871. 
3 13. iv. George, Jan. 18, 181 l. 

v. ELIZA, Nov. 15, 1 <s 1 2 ; in. Aaron Eaton. Living in Fitchburg, 
1887 ; widow . 

vi. Lavtnia, Feb. 28, L815; [m. George Trask ?], Fitchburg. 
344. vii. William, June 7, 1818. 

viii. Mari Ann. Oct. 21,1819; d. Feb. 23, 1822. 



157. 

Jonathan" ( Eo< nez< r,* Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer*), born in Necd- 
haiu, Sept. 23, bapt. 26, 1756; married in NT., Dec. 20, 1778, 
Sarah, daughter of Jeremiah and Sarah (.Morse) Woodcock, born 
July 28, 1 755. 

Children, horn in Needham : 

i. Rhoda, 8 April is, 17si). '• Resided several years in Hancock, 
was a member of the church there, was a skilful nurse; was 
for in;m\ years in the family of Mr. Andrew Bigelow in 
Boston." 

ii. Jonathan, April L3, L782 ; went to Kentucky [?]. 
346. iii. Eno< ii. March 22, L784. 

iv. Sarah, Dec. 21, L785; m. Fessenden. Rem. to Hancock, 

N. H., with her brothers, but returned to Needham. [Hist. 

Hancock.] 



847. v. Joel, March 24, 1788. 



vi. Esther, May 10, 1790; m. Woodcock. 



136 WARE GENEALOGY. 



158. 



Ebenezer 5 {Ebenezer, * Nathaniel, 2 Ebenezer 2 ~) , born in Need- 
ham, April 11, 1770; died Oct. 7, 1857, at Hancock, N. H. ; 
married June 14, 1805, Alice, daughter of Jeremiah (William, 
John, John) and Elizabeth (Woodcock) Eaton, born March 19, 
1776, died Nov. 28, 1853, at Hancock. Rem. to Hancock, N. H., 
with his parents in 1791; purchased land, now (1886) owned by 
his son Ebenezer. He learned the carpenter's trade, and was for 
many years a contractor and builder. Representative to State 
Legislature and officer. 

Child, born in Hancock : 
348. Ebenezer, 6 March 28, 1806 ; d. July 24, 1888. 

159. 

Jason 3 (Nathaniel,* Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer*), born in Need- 
ham, March 19, bapt. April 10, 1763; died Feb. 6, 1824; mar- 
ried (pub. at Natick, Jan. 23, 1785), Sarah Washburn of Natick, 
born June 13, 1760, d. July 11, 1855. He was the first of the 
Wares to go to Hancock, N. H. ; Aug. 18, 1788, he bought lot 
10, 3d range, cleared it, and put up a house. He was a farmer and 
kept a small groceiy store. " A man of sterling worth, a kind 
neighbor, and a good citizen." 

Children, all but eldest born in Hancock : 

i. Polly, 6 b. Needham, June 1, 1785 ; d. Dec. 6, 1842 ; m. Sept. 
8, 1807, Asa Wood (b. in Washington, July 18, 1782?; d. 
Dec. 14 or 19, 1S49). 

Children : 

1. Asa, June 12, 1808 ; m. 1st, in 1855, Anna Cutting of 

Medford (d. 1864) ; he m. 2d, in 1865, Sarah A. 
Denton of Stillwater, X. Y. 

2. Elvira, May 5, 1810; d. Jan. 22, 1853. 

3. William, Feb. 11, 1812 ; d. Mar. 17, 1870. 

4. Sarah, April 12, 1815 ; m. Nov. 24, 1835, Abial Tandy. 

5. Nathaniel, May 5, 1818 ; in. Jan. 30, 1848, Mrs. Jane 

Beard of Hillsboro, N. H. 

6. Sylvester, March 12, 1821 ; d. Nov. 20, 1881 or 1887, 

at Hillsboro ; "Dr."; m. 1st, Maria Smith of Stod- 
dard ; m. 2d, Clara A. Knapp. Res. at Stoddard, 
Washington and Hillsboro, N. H. Served in the 
Civil War. 

7. Marietta, Aug. 1, 1824 ; d. Mar. 1. 1859. 

8. Timothy Dexter, Oct. 6, 1827 ; d. Hillsboro, Sept. 13, 

1885 ; m. May 5, 1855, Louisa Norwood of Lynn- 
field (d. Dec. 11, 1875, Medford). Res. Washington 
and Hillsboro. Served nine months. 



\\ \i;r. « . i n i : \[,ot;v. L37 

851. ii. Jason, March '.». 1787; d. Jan. 28, 1873. 

iii. Bannah, Jul} -'-'. 1789; ,„. 1st, Feb. 22, 1825, Samuel Whit- 
comb Mb. Groton, Jan. 80, L768 ; d. Jan. 7. 1880.) 

852. is. Ward, Sept 28, 1792; d. in Washington, Maj 28, 1870. 

v. Sarah, Dec. 31, 1794; d. Oct. 27, L824;m. Feb. 20, 1821, 
Jonathan Brown of Marlow, N. EL (b. Mar. 13, 1789; d. Maj 
I. 1868.) 
Child: 
Sarah Ann; April 11, L822; m. John McKeen; <1. at 
Russell, Efansa i. 

853. vi. Elijah, Feb. 20, 1797; d. Aug. 26, 1850. 

vii. Rebecca, April 17. L799 ; d. Nov. 8, 1870; m. April L9, L825, 
Elisha Gustin (b. April 6, L802; d. July 30, I $85). 

Children : 

1. /suae linker, Nov. S. 1825. 

2. EHza An,,. Oct. L0, 1827. 

3. Mary Jane, Sept. 10, 18.'52. 

354. viii. Nathaniel, Nov. L6, L801 ; d. Oct. 22, 1869. 

i\. Eliza, Jan. 31, L804; d. March -il, I860; m. Jonathan Brown. 

Children : 

1. Mary, May 6, 1827; d. July 7, 1872. 

2. Wilbur Fisk . May 8, L832 ; d. Oct. 7. 1864. 

3. Gardner, Feb. 15, 1834 ; d. Sept. 23, 1861. 



1G0. 

Nathaniel 5 (Nathaniel,* Nathaniel,' Ebenezer*), born in 
Needham, Jan. 7, 17ii."> : died .ran. 10, 1817: married Dec. 31, 
L789, Mary, daughter of Eliphalet and Abigail Kingsbury, born 
Jan. 28, 1770. She (".Mrs. Mary Ware ") married 2d, June 21, 
1818, Joseph E£ingsbury of Needham. 

( Ihildren, born in Needham : 

356. i. John Ward, 8 March 2, 1791 ; d. July 8, 1853. 

ii. Rebecca, June 29, 1793; m. May -. ; 7. !8l2,of •• X." to Cyrus 

Cunningham of Newton. [?] 
iii. Abigail, Aug. 15, 1796; bapt. Aug. L4, 1808. 
iv. Mart, Nov. 21, 1798; bapt. Aug. II. 1808; m.("of Need- 
in,") Aug. 11. 1817, Luther Tower of Dedham. [?] 
v. Nathaniel, Sept. 6, 1800; J. .Ian. 18, 1802. 
vi. Nanct, Nov. 20, 1802 ; d. Oct. 9, 1803. 
.'».")('.. vii. Tm iMA.3 Jefferson, March 16, 1806. 

357. viii. Nathaniel, bapt. Aug. l I. 1808. 

ix. Nanci K-. June 22 ; bapt. July 16, l- 



SIXTH GENERATION. 



161. 



William 6 ( William, 6 William, 4 John, 3 John*), born in Digh- 
ton, Oct. 17, 1756; died at Taunton, June 14, 1784, of consump- 
tion ; married Sarah, daughter of James Williams, born in [1762], 
died at Taunton, April 28, 1848, aged 82. (She married second, 
Robert, son of Robert and Lydia (Leonard) Crossman). 

Child : 

Polly, 7 was m. in Taunton, by Rev. John Pipon, Jan. 13, 1805, to 
Milliard Earle. 
Children : 

1. Peleg Hittiard ; lived and died in Fall River. 

2. William Ware ; d. in Taunton, Aug. 9, 1835, aged 37 ; m. 

Mary L. Barney of Taunton. 

3. Benjamin ; d. in Fall River. 

4. James Williams ; m. Mary, daughter of Oliver Leonard of 

Norton. 

5. Rowena. 

6. Mary. 



164. 

George 6 (George,* William, 4 John, 3 John' 1 '), born in Digh- 
ton, Sept. 5, 1761; died there Jan. 7, 1805. Physician. Studied 
medicine with Dr. Bayliss of Dighton. He married in May, 1785, 
Polly, daughter of Elkanah (Samuel, John, John) and Alice (Beal) 
Andrews, born in Dighton, Feb. 26, 1768. Nov. 4, 1788, George 
Ware of Dighton was appointed the guardian of " Polly Ware, 
daughter of Elkanah Andrews, she being a minor, over 14 yrs." 
(His wife.) She married second (pub. May 13, 1809), Dr. William 
Wood, of Dighton, formerly of Swanzey. (One daughter, Adeline 
Wood, married Dr. Charles (Seth, Allen) Talbot of Dighton.) 



WABE GENEALOGY. 130 

Kim i \ PH. 

•• Erected to tin- memory of Dr. (ioor^c Ware, who died .fan. 7th, L805, 
in the 1 Itli year of his age. 

Tlir friend, the comfort, of tin 1 Sick and poor, 
Want never knocked unheeded al his door. 
Oft, when his dutj called, disease an. I pais 

St rove u n titir hi tn, hut they strove in vain ; 

All mourned his death, his virtues long they tried ; 
They knew not how they loved until In- died." 

( Ihildren, born in 1 )ighton : 

400. i. William Richmond, 7 Dec. 22, L785;d. July I, 1826, at 
Frankfort, M<\ 
ii. M lry, Jan. 8, L788; m. Capt. Seth Talbot of Dighton. 

Children : 

l . Seth, rem. to Tremont, 111. 

'_'. William Henry. 

.">. Edward. 

4. Mary. 

iii. Alice, Dec. 17, L789 ; m. (puh. Oct. 18) Nov. 2, 1808, Dr. 
Edmund Abbott of Frankfort (d. July 18, 1853). 

Children : 

1. Emmeline, July 23, L810; d. Aug. is. 1844. 

2. George /:.. Sept. 21. L812; d. .March 13, 1856; m.May 

L8, L837, .Marv B. Hill. 

3. Maria Abbott, June 19, L814; d. July 26, 1812; m. 

( !apt. Samuel ( Ihild. 

4. .A,/,,/ A'.. N-.v. 21, isis; ,1. May 24, 1738. 

5. Daniel, March L3, 1822; d. in California. 

6. Charles, March 27, L824 ; d. Aug. L9, 1879 ; m. Dor. 23, 

L851, Harriet Nuwi'll, dau. of Elishaand Ruth (Avery) 
(hick of Winterpnrt : surgeon 2i'» Reil- Me. \'<>ls. 

7. Lydia /.'.. Feb. 23, L828 ; d. Jan. 26, L876. 

8. Sarah II'., May 17. L830; m. April 9, L868, William 

V. Potter of Providence, R. I. 

iv. Clarinda, Feb. 12, 1792 ; m. (puh. .Ian. 26, 1811) Arouet 
Richmond, Providence, R I. (b. Nov. 11. L786 ; d. L863). 

Children : 

1 . George ll< »)■>/. 

2. Stella, Dec. 31, 1814; m. in Winetka, 111.. Philo W. 

Thompson (b. Dec. 17. L810; d. June 27, 17.". 
8. Catharine, d. 1861 ; in. Cooper. 

v. Nw v. April 29; .1. July 1 I. 1794. 
vi. George, Nov. 19, d. Nov. 29, 1795. 

vii. George, A.ug. 9, 1 7 '. • 7 ; d. at Havana. Cuba, April 11. 1820, 
unm. 



140 WARE GENEALOGY. 

viii. Nancy, Oct. 2, 1799 ; d. Nov. 18, 1807. 

ix. Eliza, Sept. 19, 1801 ; d. at Providence, R. I., April 18, 1846, 

num. i 

x. Clarissa Richmond, Jan. or June 29, 1804 ; m. Feb. 18, 

1884; in. J. S. Wilson. They lived at Winetka, 111., on the 

Lake, a few miles north of Chicago, and were both murdered 

there Feb. 18, 1884.* 

Child : 

George, surgeon during Civil War, d. of yellow fever at 
Savannah. 

166. 

JosEra 6 (Joseph, 5 William, 4 John, 3 John*), born Aug. 11, 
1783, at Dighton, shortly after his father's death; married Mary 
"Deoise" [Davis], Nov. 22, 1804. 

Children : 

i. Joseph, 7 June 9, 1807. 

ii. William Davis, June 26, 1813. 

167. 

Richard 6 (John, 6 John 4 John, 3 John"), born in Wrentham, 
June 30, 1766 ; removed first to Dalton, Ct. ; then to Burlington, 
Vt. ; and to Potsdam, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. He married first, 
Anne Russell ; she died at Burlington, Vt. He married a second 
wife, name not known to us. 

Children : 

i. Nancy, 7 Dalton, Ct., Dec. 12, 1797; d. at Mrs. Frary's, Jones- 
ville, Vt., in 1881 ; m. Sept. 3, 1825, Francis Faulkner White 
of Woodstock, Vt. 
Child : 

Elizabeth C, m. II. II. Frary. 

ii. Harvey. 

iii. Oliver,( . \ Olive stayed at Burlington, Vt., ; with uncle, 
iv. Olive, { W1Ui j Harris Russell, when father and the rest 

rem. to Potsdam, in 1811. 

v. Clarissa. 

* Nice Legal Point to be Determined. Chicago, Feb. 10. — The mysterious murder 
of James L. Willson mid his wife Clarissa, at Winnekta, 111., in February, 1884, was 
brought before the public again yesterday hy a bill tiled in the superior court by W. H. 
Tal :ot of Boston, Mass., asking for the partition or sale of the personal estate of Mrs. 
Willson, to.;eth r with cert tin town lots in Fremont, Tazewell County, 111., and all her 
real estate in Dighton. Bristol County. Ma«. Mrs. Willson had devised her property 
to her husband, but it is charged that there is no existing evidence proving that James 
L. Willson survived his wife s i as to take under her will. For this reason it is claimed 
that the bequest and legacy lapsed, and that the property devised and becpieathed to the 
husband descended to the'heirs at law of the testatrix just as if no will had been made 
by her. T alb >t is Mrs. Willson's nephew. Janus L. Willson's will devised his property 
to several members of his family. An attempt will be made to ascertain whether Will- 
son died at the same time or subsequent to his wife's demise. 



w \l:i: QENB kLOOY. 1 I 1 

vi. Harriet P., in Burlington, Vt., Mil ; after living with rela- 
tives in various places she d. in family of William Warner, 
Hardwick, Mass., Jan. 27, L887. 

Children, by second wife : 

vii. II \\\ \ 11. 
viii. M \ B1 Ann. 

ix. George. 

171. 

John* ( William, 1 John, 4 -A/////, 1 John'*), horn in Charlton, 
Dec. 17. 177!': died April 29, L847. Left to care of Gen. Spurr ; 
lie married March in, 1806, Eunice Bancroft of Calais, Vt. (Town 

Clerk of Calais erroneously fills her Eunice Ainswortli. ) She was 
horn at Petersham, Mass., April 2, L785 : died April 3, 1860. lie 
removed to Calais, Vt., about L801, and settled on land left him by 
his father. Lost his eyesight by an accident at 35 years of age. 

( Ihildren, horn in Calais : 

403. i. John Sim rr, 7 Nov. 20, L807 ; d. Nov. 29, L881. 
ii. William Orris, June 29, 1809; d. May I. L810. 
hi. Roxanna Phebe, March I. 1811 ; d. Sept 19, L844; m. May 
-1, 1835, Orin Davis of Montpelier, Vt. 

Child: 

Malmna, d. aged 19. 

iv. Florinda Hill, .Ian I 1. 1813 ; <1. May 26, 1854; m. Ozro L. 
Burnham, May l<i, 1837, of Calais. 

( Ihildren : 

1. Edwin R., d. in war. 

2. Melvin, d. in war. 

3. Charles. 

4. Mai in. 

v. William Orris, Jan. 1. 1818 : d. June 29, 188G, in hospital at 
Rome, X. V. ; bur. in Burlington, la. Hem. 1st, in Calais, 
Vt, Elvira Sheplee ; m. 2d, in Petersham, Aug. 28, L862, Lu- 
thera L. Bosworth. No issue. Broker. 

vi. li;\ Adams, Nov. 28, 1820; d. Jan. :!o, 1853, at San Francisco, 
( al. 

vii. Cordelia Elizabeth, April 23, 1828; m. Aug. 26, 1856, 
Orlando P. Sheplee of Burlington, Iowa. She was living, 
blind, at Clarion, la., in 1895. 
Children : 

1. WiUiam Ware, Feb. L6, 1858; m.Dec.12, 1883, Ella A. 

Mason of ( larion, la. 

2. Henry Havelock, July 6, 1861 ; m. Feb. I. L886, Abhie 

Waite (1). Aug. 6, L859 ; d. Aug. 14. 1894). 

3. John Kendall, Sept. I, L863. 

4. George JSancroft, Julj 21, L867. 



142 WARE GENEALOGY. 



172. 



Levi 6 (Ezra* John,* John, 3 John"), born in Cumberland, 
R. I., Jan. or June 20, 1767; removed to Wrentham in April, 
1768; to Westmoreland, N. H., Jan. 13, 1798; also at Chester- 
field, N. H. ; died Aug. 20 or 29, 1845, at Westmoreland, N. H. 
He was converted by John Murray, the first Universalist preacher 
in America. He married first, Nov. 14, 1794, in Wrentham, 
Peggy King (born Sept. 16, 1773 ; died Nov. 14, 1817) ; he mar- 
ried second, Nov. 10, 1827, Mrs. Abigail Goodell Sanderson of 
Westminster, Vt. (died Nov. 5, 1859). "Ensign." 

Children, the two eldest born in Wrentham : 

i. Kollock, 7 July 8 or Oct. 5, 1795 ; " d. same day." 
ii. Nancy, Jan. 7, 1797; d. March 11, 1825; m. Nov. 12, 1816, 
James Upham. 
Child : 

Levi, died young. 

404. iii. Carlos, Oct. 19, 1798 ; d. Aug. 28, 1878. 

iv. Betsey, June 9, 1800 ; d. Aug. 8, 1877 ; m. Jan. 10, 1821, Ora 

Partridge, 
v. George, "June 28. 1802 " ; d. Aug. 28, 1823 ; unm. 
vi. Sarah, " May 15, 1804 " ; m. Dec. 16, 1830, Robert Mills. 

405. vii. Addison, April 24, 1807. 

406. viii. Eras ns. Feb. 21. 1809. 

407. ix. James Royal, April 11, 1811, Putney, Vt. 

173. 

Ezra 6 (Ezra," John,* John, 3 John 1 ), boim in Wrentham, 
June 12, 1772; died in Wr. ; married Nov. 19, 1795, in Attle- 
boro, Huldah Tyler. She died March 24, 1821. 

Child : 

Richard, d. Sept. 27, 1828, aged 3 months. 

174. 

Lemuel 6 (Ezra,* John, 4 John, 3 John 2 ), born in Wrentham* 
Sept. 20, 1776; married in Westmoreland, N. H., by Rev. Eben- 
ezer C. Bailey, July 13, 1806, Salome Chamberlain. Is said by 
Mrs. S. L. W. to have "moved to Canada about 1812"; by L. 
L. W., "removed to New York State." 

175. 

Joiln 6 (Ezra, b John,* John, 3 John*), born in Wrentham, Sept. 
5, 1778 ; died March 20, 1862 ; married first, Sally Smith, March 
19, 1800 or 1801. She died Nov. 26, 1822, aged 40. Buried 



WARE GENEALOGY. 1 13 

Wrentham Centre. He married second, Nov. 23, 1825, Mrs. 
Harriet (Farrington) Tinkham; she died Feb. 1<>, 1887. 
Children, born in Wrentham. Children of John and Sally: 

i. Salli Smith, 7 June 6, L801 ; d. July 17, L872; m. April I, 
1823, Carlos 7 Ware, No. Ml. 7. r. 

ii. Nanci Maria, Dec or Jan. 10, 1804; m. July 30, L825, Wil- 
liam Kales. 

Child: 

Nancy Maria. 

iii. Eliza Ann. An-, s, L810; d. Sept. 11, 1813. 
408. iv. JOHK ALBERT, Dee. S, L813 ; d. April 19, L865; in. Harriet A. 

Rathbone. 
v. Eliza Ann, June 2.">, \a\a ; .1. March 16, 1891; m. Nov. 28, 

L836, Jamee A. Wilbur of Walpole. 
vi. Bi rsEi 1'.. Nov. 8, 1822; d. Feb. 26, 1823. 

Children <>l John and Harriet: 

109. vii. Hiram, Nov. 8, 1827. 

viii. Harriet, Sept, 11, 1829; living in 1897. 
iw Mart, June 3, 1832 ; d. Sent. 8, L837. 

176. 

George* (Ezra,* John,* John* John*), born in Wrentham, 
June 27, L784, died there Dec. 24, 1807, — K Dea. George." Jan. 
28, 1861, married Peggy, daughter of Rev. Enoch and Peggy 
(Smith) (Jacob, Jacob, Ephraim, Daniel) Pond, minister at Nor- 
folk, Mass., and Ashford, Conn. She was born Oct. 21, 17*'.'; 
dieil W., Jan. 13, 1856. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Emelike Pond,' Sept. 6, 1809; m. Nov. 27, 1828, Aaron 

I [awes. 
ii. Abb* Richardson, Aug. 23, 1812 ; m. May 26, 1836, Albert 

Belcher of Walpole. 

410. iii. George Lemi el, Jan. 22, 1816; d. at Clinton, May 16, 1887. 

411. iv. Alonzo Leprelett, June 24, 1818; d. Dee. I. 1865. 
\. Henri Bradford, July 9, 1821 ; .1. Dee. 23, 1829. 
vi. Susah Maria, m. ( >ct. i. 1848, < reorge B. Tony. 

•1 1 2. vii. ( 11 \ki.i 3. 

177. 

Comfort' (Moses, 1 Moses, 4 John,' John*), born at Norton, 
Mass., July 30, 1764: died in Keene, N. Y. [Surrey Record]; 
married Sept. 11, 17*7. Sarah, daughter of Peter and Ph 

(Ellis) Rice; re ved to Keene, N. Y., 1 N "<>. 'Was on the 

Dustin place in Gilsum, 1789." Comfort' and Elijah' bought a 



144 WARE GENEALOGY. 

large part of their father's farm in 1790, in Gilsum, and built a log 
house. In 1800 Comfort sold out and went to Keene, N. Y. 

Children, bora in Gilsum or Surrey : 

i. George, 7 Aug. 10, 1788. 
ii. Sarah, Sept. 21, 1790. 
iii. Esther, Oct. 6, 1792. 
iv. Comfort, April 12, 1797. 
v. William, May 27, 1799. 

178. 

Elijah 6 (Moses, 5 Moses,* John, 5 John" 2 ), born in Norton, 
March 9, 17(58; died in Gilsum, N. H., June 27, 1847; married 
first, Sept. 4, 1792, Anna, daughter of Ebenezer Hathorn ; born 
in Jaffrey, Feb. 25, 1768 ; d. July 10, 1808. He married second, 
Dec. 27,' 1808, Patty, daughter of William and Martha (Locke) 
Withington, born in Ashby, June 16, 1770; died Aug. 19, 1846, 
at Gilsum. 

Children : 

i. Nancy, 7 Aug. 25, 1794; m. Jan. 3, 1815, Capt. True Webster 
(b. March 1G, 1793 : d. July 21, 1870.) She died July 18, 
1840. 

Child reu : 

1. Benjamin Emery, b. June 6, 1815; m. 1st, June 2, 

1841, Emily, daughter of Roswell and Sally (Wilson) 
Ninas of Keene. N. H. ; he m. 2d, Abby Nims, her 
sister. Pes. Walpole. 

2. Elijah Emerson, May 25 ; d. Aug. 3, 1817. 

3. Anna Wa re, May 30, 1820; m. Dec. 21, 1842, Wil- 

liam Leonard Kingsbury, Gilsum (b. March 26, 
1820). 

4. Hannah, Aug. 3, 1823 ; d. April 20, 1824. 

5. Pally Malvinia, June 18, 1828; m. 1st, George Kil- 

burn Smith (b. 1823.) She m. 2d, Joel Cowee, jr., 
of Gilsum. 

ii. Hannah, Nov. 4, 1797, d. April 6, 1871 ; m. May 21, 1829, Chil- 
ion Mack of Lyme, Conn., son of Solomon and Esther (Hay- 
ward) Mack (b. July 26, 1802). 

Children : 

1. Marlha Ann, June 4, 1832 ; d. Oct. 16, 1835. 

2. Edwin Wallace, Oct. 7, 1834 ; d. Oct. 15, 1835. 

3. Hannah Adelaide, April 3. 1838 ; m. Lucius J. s Ware, 

No. 668, q. v. ; lives Butler, 111. 

4. Ellen Augusta, Dec. 23, 1840; m. 1st, June 9, 1862, 

Calvin, son of Elkanah and Emily (Palmer) Spooner 
(b. Woodbury, Conn., 1838, d. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Dec, 1873.) She m. 2d, Dec. 11, 1875, Frank Snow 
of Boston, Mass. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 1 1 5 

in;, iii. Elijah, Nov. I, 1799 ; d. Winhall, Vt 

[v. Almon, Feb. 8, 1802; d. April, 1808. 
117. \. Moses, March 2, L804 : d. Brattleboro, Vt., April 20, 1875. 

vi. Eunice, July 13, 1806 ; m. May 21,1829, Otii G., t o of Josiafa 
and Mehitable (Bill) Hammond (b. March 2, L810; d. April 
22, L849). 
Children : 

1. haac Ware, -Inly 9, 1831 ; m. March If,. 1863, Martha 

Washington, daughter of Benjamin and Olive Kim- 
ball (b. Concord, Jan. 28, 1836.) Res. Concord. 

2. Albert Oils. Oct. •">. 1836; d. of starvation in Ander- 

aonville prison a1 Savannah, Ga., Sept 12, 1864; m. 
Ang. 13, 1857, Kate A. Henderson (b. Claremont, 
Sept. L5, 1838). 



179. 

Benjamin' (Moses,* Moses, 4 •/"///?, 3 John"), horn at Norton, 
May 18, 1773; died at Grilsum, X. II., Jan. 1, 1858; married, 
first, in 1794, Huldah Wilcox ("daughter of Mrs. Redding"), 
daughter of Obadiah (Obadiah) and Huldah (Hurd) Wilcox (born 
Dec. 30, 177i); died March 29, 1811). He married, second, Aug. 
14, 1811, Martha, daughter of Justus (Aaron) and Martha 
(Taylor) Chapin (horn Alstead, X. II., July 14, 1788; died Sept. 
30, 1849). lie married, third, Jan. 1, 1850, Fanny, daughter of 
Benjamin and Annis (Briggs) Willie (born Keene, X. II., Dec. 6, 
L798) ; she survived him, and married, in 1863, S. C. Sweetzer. 

He came to (iilsuni in 1794, "a tall man, with strong voice " ; 
several years captain of militia. Collector, 1797-1801. [Hist. 
( iilsuni. ] 

( 'hildivn, horn in ( Jilsum : 

lis. i. OBAniAH, 7 Jan. 2, 1795; d. Butler, 111., Sept 24, 1876. 
11'. ii. Benjamin, June 27, L796; d. July 81, 1855. 
120. iii. David, April 2, L798; d. April 15, L863. 

iv. Buldah, March 8, L800; d. Feb. L6, 1851, Butler, 111.: m. Cal- 
vin, son of Solomon and Bather (Hayward) Mack (1>. Nov. 28, 
1797; d. Butler, 111., Aug. L3, 1845). 
( Ihildren : 

1. Oscar Calvin, May 17. L829 ; m. April 1. 1860, Elisa- 

beth, dau. of Elijah and Delia 1">. Hugg of New York. 

2. Sobrina Huldah, May 28, L831 ; d. Oct 19, 1865, 

Butler, 111.: in. April ■"•. 1851, Joseph Hart (son of 
Timothy and Louisa (Thurston) Dort) (b. Jan. 11. 
1828; killed by carriage accident Butler, 111.. April 7, 
L869). (iilsuni. 
10 



146 WARE GENEALOGY. 

3. Dexter Ware, Oct. 14, 1833 ; m. March 29, 1866, Wealthy 

A. (dau. of Levi) Osborn (b. Montgomery County, 
111., April 13, 1847). 

4. Rosehna K, April 16, 1835; m. April 7, 1857, DeWitt 

C. Burris (b. Jackson County, O., April 3, 1826; d. 
Butler, HI., Jan. 4, 1879). 

5. Andalusia K, Feb. 7, 1837 ; d. unm. Sept. 23, 1860. 

6. Merrill Elmaran, Dec. 31, 1838; m. Aug. 24, 1873, 

Susan, dau. of Nathan and Sarah Nail, Litchfield, HI. 

v. Maria, May 22, 1802 ; d. March 21, 1811. 
vi. Statira, March 16, 1804; d. Dec. 15, 1810. 
vii. Elvira, Dec. 31, 1805 ; m. April 8, 1828, Hirarn Baldwin (b. 
Aug. 14, 1807; d. Brattle, Nov. 17, 1862). 
Children, born at Stratton, Vt. : 

1. Marion Josephine, Nov. 19, 1842; m. Nov. 25, 1861, 

Clinton Carlos Staples (b. Guilford, Vt., Dec. 10, 1841, 
of Nelson and Nancy Staples). 

2. Cassius Mahan, Oct. 14, 1844. 

3. Adelaide Victoria, Sept. 3, 1847 ; d. April 5, 1870 ; ni. 

Rice. 

421.viii. Enoch, Oct. 25, 1807; d. Chester, Vt, March 16, 1875. 

ix. Rebecca, June 3, 1809; m. in 1828, John Clarke; he d. at 
Hillsboro, 111., April 11, 1853. 
Children : 

1. Jane R., Keene, Nov. 22, 1829; d. Hillsboro, HI., 

Aug. 21, 1858 ; m. Jacob Weber. 

2. Mar ah L., Oct. 11, 1832; m. J. D. Robinson. 

3. Bramwell L., AYestmoreland, June 20, 1834; d. Hills- 

boro, HI., Sept. 11, 1839. 

4. Hester A., Aug. 11, 1836; d. Jan. 13, 1837. 

5. Roseanna T., Nov. 18, 1838; d. Sept. 20, 1845. 

6. Lydia, July 27, 1841 ; in. S. C. Osborne. 

7. Jerome W., Feb, 11, 1844. 

8. Martha H., Dec. 29, 1847 ; m. Jerome Robertson. 

9. Diancy 31., June 3, 1849 ; d. Sept. 18, 1854. 

x. Maria Tatlor, Oct. 7, 1812; m. June 11, 1840, Rev. Daniel 
Lee (b. Stanstead, C. E., 1806), son of Elias and Rhoda 
(Morrell) Lee of Wilmington, Conn. 

Children : 

1. Wilbur Fisle, Willamette, Ore., 1841 ; d. Helena, Ark., 

1863 ; 1st Corporal 126th IU. V r ol. Inf. in Civil War. 

2. Albert B., 1842 ; m. 1865, Mary L. Stout of Dover, 

Ark. 

3. Morrell Chapin, Haverhill, 1844 ; d. Mound City, 111., 

on way home from army. 

4. Sarah Maria, Unity, 1847 ; d. 1862. 

5. Mary Amanda, Grantham, 1849; d. June 25, 1861. 



WAKE GENEALOGY. 147 

6. Daniel J3arvey, Claremont, 1850. 

7. Jason Douglas, Wilbraham, Mass., L853. 

8. William Henry, Wilbraham, M 

xi. Si\ni;\ ('matin, Aug. 11, 1815; <1. April I, 1885. 

rii. Martha Harriet, June 9, L817; <l. Sept 27, I860, Butler, 
III.; m. ()cr. I. 1 844, John Clinesworth (b. in Pennsylvania, 
Dec. 18, 1812; d. Jan. 20, L876). Adopted child, Orville. 

riii. BET8E1 < ixista, Sept L9, L819; no. first, April 29, L847, 
Stephen, sou of Daniel and Sibyl (Hayward) Smith (bap. 

Surry, Sept. I. L817; d. there April is, 1848); m. se< '1, 

Jan. ;: . L849, Bradley Britton (1). Westmoreland, Aug. 17. 
1809; 'I. Surry, August, 1864) (Bradley, son of Samuel ami 
Abigail (Walden) Britton). 
Children horn in Surry : 

1. Eldridge Ware, Aug. 3, 1849, Surry; m. Oct 19, 1871, 

Elsie J. W" 1 1 1 r *^ of Gilsum (dau. of William M. and 
Sarah -lane (Clark) White. 

2. Martha Harriet, March ■_'">, 1851, Surry; m. Juno 19, 

1872. Frank de Witt, son of William (Ezra and Betsey 
Chapin) Carpenter and Abigail White of Gilsum. 

3. Jennie, Surry, 1853; died young. 

4. Frank Henry, Surry, Jan. 3, 18 ">."> ; d. Aug. 11, 1877, 

unin. 

5. Flora Etta, Surry, Aug. 18, 1857. 

6. Abraham Lincoln, Surry, March 26, 18G2 ; d. August, 

1864. 

422. xiv. John Qiixcy Adams, Dec. 17 or 19, 1822; d. Surry, Aug. 29, 
1865. 
xv. A ai;..s Taylor, Dec. 27, 1824; d. Aug. 16, 1827. 
wi. Edmi ni>, June 1'-'. '1. Nov. 15, 1827. 

xvii. Livonia, March 27, L829; m. June 6, 1849, Davis, eon of 
Willard (Ezra) and Sarepta (Smith) Carpenter (b. Surry, Oct. 
17. 1.-27). 
Children ; 

1. Martha Adelaide, Surry,Nov. 17, 1853; d. rTeene, Dec. 

\~2. 1^71: in. William, son of Thomas and Grace M. 
Swithin of Quincy, Mass.; res. Manchester. 

2. Amy Maria, Surry, June 13, 1855. 

3. Mary Emma, Surry, January, 1857; d. April 12, 1S58. 
]. Charles Edward, Surry, Oct 6, 18' 

5. Ja s Henry, Surry, Aug. 11, L862; J. ECeene, June 1 1. 

L86 
<',. Johnnie .1.. Eeene, M ■ . 5; '1. Sept 15, 1867. 

7. h!a May, Eeene, Sept. 1. 1867. 

8. Arthur Willie, ! . Dee. 2">. I ^7": <ln>wned, .Marl 

boro, July 25, 1 879. 

9. Walter, Keene, July 29, 1*7.: : d. September, 1873. 



148 WARE GENEALOGY. 



180. 



Moses 6 (Moses, b Moses," John, 3 John 2 ), born in Surry, N. H., 
June 1776 ; died at Keene, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1838 ; married Hannah, 
daughter of Ebenezer Hathorn, born in Jaffrey "between Feb. 1768 
and 1771 "; died in 1860. 

Children : 

i. Daniel Hathorn, 7 July 16, 1800. 

ii. Hannah. 
424. iii. Moses, Jr., 1806 ; d. Dec. 4, 1894, at Eureka, Winnebago Co., 
Wis. 

iv. Otis, about 1810. 
426. v. Cyrus C, about 1816. 



181. 

Amariah 6 (Jesse, 5 Eleazer, 4 Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), bom in Wren- 
tham, Dec. 27, 1764; died Oct. 19, 1842; married Nov. 7, 1793, 
at Franklin (by Rev. Nathaniel Emmons) Eunice Alden (born about 
1771; died Sept. 15, 1848, aged 77, at Franklin). He joined 
Franklin Church in 1811. 

Children, born in Franklin : 

i. John Alms, 7 May 1, d. Dec. 20, 1795. 

427. ii. Frederick Augustus, June 29, 1798 ; d. Sept, 13, 1875. 
iii. Esther, Dec. 8, 1800. 

iv. Hannah A., Feb. 28, 1805 ; d. Feb. 1, 1826, unm. 

428. v. Nathan, Dec. 27, 1807. 



182. 

Eliazer 6 (Jessie, 5 Eleazer,* Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), born at "VVren- 
tham, Oct. 28, 1766 ; died at Franklin of fever, Oct. 30, 1843 ; 
married Sarah, daughter of Elisha and Lucretia Burr (born at 
Bellingham [1772] ; died widow, aged 91, Aug. 7, 1863, of " old 
age"). [Had he not married first Olive, mother of these children? 
Compare with Hist. Franklin] . 

Children : 

i. Lucretia Burr, 7 March 15, 1810 ; d. Jan. 20, 1844, of consump- 
tion, unm. 

ii. Sabin, July 3, 1812; suicide April 11, 1850; "son of El. and 
Olive F., 28, 9, 8" ; he m. Polly Wales ; no issue. 

iii. Olive Metcalf, "of El. and Olive," Dec. 23, 1814; m. in 
Bellingham (by Rev. J. J. Masley), Nov. 8, 1838, Abram W. 
Wales of F. 3 children. 



WARE GENE LLOGY. 149 



L83. 

Sanfobd' (Jesse,' Eliezer,* Eliezer' John*), i><>ni in Frank- 
lin, Aug. 31, ITsi ; died there Oct. 26, L859, aged "78." Farmer. 
Resided Bome time at Weston, .Mass. He married in Mendon, May 
30, isos, Diana, daughter of Alexander and Patience (Nye) Wil- 
son. (Alexander and Patience Wilson of Douglas, m. Nov. 17, 
L782; Patience Nye was born at Wareham, Aug. 2, 17(12). 
Diana was born in Mendon, .111110 12, ITS'); died in Franklin, 
widow, Aug. 24, I860, avvd 7."» years. No children. 



184. 

Zenas 8 ( Zi!xi, b AV'-aie/-, 4 Eleazer,' John* ), born at Winchester, 
N. II., Feb. I, 1771 : died April 6, 1817; married Feb. L6, L796, 
Patience, daughter of Robert Crosset of Prescott, Mass. (born Oct. 
22, L766 ; died Fe!>. 11), 1853). Keraoved to Swanzey, N. H., 

about 17!ni. 

Children : 

Jonathan- 1)^. t Feb. 23, 1797; d. Oct. 23, 1876. 
Robert, June 17. 1799; d. Albany, N. X\, Julj 5, 1835. 
Miriam, Dee. 24, 1801 ; d. Jan. 4, L890; m. 1st, Aaron Thayer; 

in. 2d, George Darling; m. 3d, Benjamin Mason. 
Kezia, Oct. 1. L805 ; d. March 2, 182G ; m. Amos Richardson. 
Joel, July 23, 1809. 



185. 

Va\\\ (Ziba,' Eleazer,* Eleazer,' John*), born at Winchester, 
N. H., Aug. L9, 1775; died about 1849, Wells, Vt. : married 
Oct. 15, 1801, liaelud, daughter of Ebenezer (Thomas) Dart (horn 
Gilsum, N. EL, June 21, 1782; died about L829). He married 
2d, widow- Richards of Poultney, Vt. Bought a place in Gilsum 
in 1800 and kept a tavern and blacksmith shop for about three years. 
Removed to Wells, Vt. [Hist. Wells, Vt.] 

Child: 

433. i. Lyman, 7 Feb. 22, L803 ; d. about 1839. 



186. 

Jacob' (Ziba, 1 Eleazer/ Eleazer,' John*), born Oct. 5, 1782, 
at Winchester, N . 1 1. ; died Aug. 17, 1856; married Dee. 1, L813, 
Sarah Hamblet of Swanzey, N. II.; she died Nov. 20, 1*115. 



130. 


i. 


431. 


ii. 




hi. 




iv. 


432. 


v. 



150 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Daniel, 7 Sept. 29, 1814 ; cl. Sept. 5, 1818. 

434. ii. Ziba, April 15, 1817, Winchester. 

435. iii. Phinehas Atwood, Sept. 10, 1819 ; d. Dec. 5, 1894. 

436. iv. Joseph, March 3, 1822 ; d. July 17, 1892. 

v. Harriet, Aug. 10, 1825 ; m. John Chamberlain of Swanzey. 



187. 

Joseph 6 (Ziba, 5 Meazer,* Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), born at Win- 
chester, N. H., May 27, 1785 ; died Oct. 21, 1848 ; married Susan 
Nichols of Billerica, Mass. She died Feb. 12, 1853. Resided at 
Acworth, N. H. 

Children : 

i. Susan M., 7 Nov. 25, 1813 ; d. Aug. 24, 1842. 

ii. John S., July 5, 1815 ; d. Aug. 23, 1818. 

iii. Joseph Z., March 19, 1817 ; d. Sept. 19, 1818. 

iv. Ziba, Aug. 9, 1819; d. Sept. 14, 1821. 

v. Parhelia, Nov. 30, 1821 ; d. June 19, 1858. 

437. vi. Joseph, Feb. 11, 1825 ; d. June 14, 1897, in Hadlev, Mass. 

vii. Hannah C, May 20, 1827 : d. in Boston, Dec. 7, 1895 ; m. 

King. 

438. viii. Harlan P., Nov. 28, 1836. 



188. 

David 8 (Ell, b EUezer, 4 EUezer, 3 John"), born in Franklin, 
Nov. 14, 1777; died there May 26, 1840, of consumption. He 
married Feb. 12, 1806, Betsey, daughter of Samuel and Chloe 
(Legg) Adams of Bellingham (born Feb. 25, 1788; died of con- 
sumption, Nov. 2, 1869, at Medway) ; a Baptist ; "large, strong 
and healthy woman." He was "thin in build; 5 feet, 10 inches 
tall ; honest, temperate, hard-working, but excessively timid." 
Lived in different places till his sister Margaret's death 1837, then 
occupied her half the homestead. 

Children, born in Franklin : 

i. Betsy, 7 March 2, 1807 ; d. at Mendon, 1833 ; m. April 21, 
1827, Hiram Cook of Mendon. 

Children : 

1. Elisha, Dec.^1828 ; d. at Milford, 1879. 

2. Emory Ware, 1833. 



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WARE GENEALOGY. 151 

ii. Pebsis, March 27, 1808; m. Jan. 31, L888, Paul Perkins, 
architect and builder (b. March 10, L810 ; d. of consnmptioii 

■At Binghaml N. V., Dec. 21, L866) with Col. Alexander 

Dew in. 

Children : 

1. Mary Jane, Dec. 81, 1885 j d. Aug. 2, L862; m. Ma 

1 860, James E. New. 

2. Martha Ann, Detroit, April 15, 1889 ; d. Nov. !>. 1840. 

:;. Henry C, Oxford*, May 7, L842 ; m. Sept. II. 1864, 
Man E. Lloyd. 

4. Charles A., Oxford, May 28, L844; d. Denver, Col., 

Oct. ), 1890; in. April 30, L873, Lucy A. Hall. 

5. Helen h. Oxford, Nov. 23, L846; m. at B:, April 23, 

1867, William II. Mosher. 

6. Frank, Oct. 1, 1853; <I. Aug. 9, L856. 

iii. Abigail, Oct 17. 1809; m. in 1853, Mason (lark of Belling- 
ham; he died March 20, 1861. A pensioner of 1812. Widow 
lives at W. Medway | L886). 

Child; 

('//(tries El win, 1855 ; (1. of consumption at 9 ms. 

iv. Elvira. May 27. 1811 ; d. March 6, L849 ; m. in 18.34, Harri- 
son Perrin, carriage painter, at Oxford Plain ; rem. to New 
Brunswick, N. •'. 
Children : 

1. Mary De Witt, 1834 ; d. in 1835. 

2. A son, d. young. 

.'!. Sarah .Juno. Jan. 24, 1839 ; m. and rem. to Lee. 

439. v. David, May 7. L814; d. Dec. 21, L858, at Franklin. 

vi. Willabd Adams, April 24, 181G; d. March 21, 1817, at 
Franklin, 
i. vii. Gilbebi Adams, July I, L818; d. April 15, 1876. 
in. \ iii. Elbbidge Gtebby, Dec. 14, 1*19. 

ix. Maim Clabk, 1 >•■■ . 25, L821 ; m. Oct. 22, L848, Solomon G. 
Blake of E. Norton, Mass. (b. Jan. 27. L81 1 ; d. E. Norton, 
Aug. 2, 1887). No children, 
x. William Emebt, June 10, 1824; d. In 1825. 
xi. Samuel, L827; d. In a few days. 

xii. Matilda Mabia, Nov. L4, L828 ; d. July 14, 1855; m. March 
24, L848, (lark I). Hunt of Medway (b. L828; d. Nov. 4. 
L859). 

Children : 

1. William EdsoHf Julj 5, 1853; foreman hal factory; in. 

June I. 1876, \^> I). W 1> of Lyons, N. V. (b. Oct. 

80, 1855). 

2. Flora, May 13; d. July 11, li 



152 WARE GENEALOGY. 

190. 

Amherst 6 (Daniel, 6 Daniel, 4 Eleazer, 3 John'), born at Wren- 
tham, May 1, 1788 ; died April 10, 1860 ; married Feb. 17, 1814, 
in Attleboro', Lucinda, daughter of Timothy and Thankful Perry 
of Attleboro'. She died at Wrentham, Jan. 6, 1860. He resided 
in Wrentham and Medway. 

Children : 

i. Daniel Hawes, 7 March 1, 1815, 

ii. Mart Lucinda, Feb. 4 or March 16, 1817 ; d. Nov. 14, 1858 ; 
m. Feb. 27, 1839, as second wife, James Ware, No. 289 follow- 
ing. 

iii. Emily Williams, Jan. 14, 1819. 
443. iv. Arrival Perry, March 2, 1822. 

v. Amherst Willard, May 31, 1824 ; d. June 24, 1873. 

vi. Jacob Mann, Nov. 24, 1826 ; d. before 1845. 

vii. Thankful, Sept. 16, d. 19, [1828?]. 



11)2. 

Jason 6 (Hezekiah," Hezelciah,* Eliezer* John, 2 ), born in 
Wrentham, Sept. 19, 1765; died in Shrewsbury, Nov. 12, 1836; 
married Nov. 15, 1790, in Wrentham, Jemina, daughter of Samuel 
and Jemina Cowell (born Jan. 9, 1772; died Feb. 22, 1859). 
Lived in Shrewsbury, Mass. ; place now owned by L. M. Ware. 

Children : 

i. Martha, 7 Aug. 28, 1791 ; d. Jan. 28, 1874, unm. 
ii. Harrietta Jemina, June 3, 1793; d. Sept. 30, 1865 ; m. Nov. 
10, 1811, Franklin Newell of Providence, R. I. 
Children : 

1. Sarah, 1812; in. 1828, Richmond. 4. Francis. 

2. Edward. 5. Anna Maria. 

3. Franklin. 6. Elizabeth. 

iii. Maria Anne, Dec. 4, 1797; d. at Providence, R. I., Nov. 26, 
1870, unm. 

445. iv. Leander Merritt, Feb. 16, 1803. 

v. Anne Janett, Sept. 6, 1806 ; d. Oct. 27, 1856 ; m. Nov. 18, 
1833, Dr. Azor R. Phelps of Millbury. 
Children : 

1. Virginia Isabel, May 13, 1835 ; d. Aug. 21, 1869. 

2. Sarah Janett. 

3. Robert Archer. 

4. Harriet Jemina. 

5. Martha Maria. 

446. vi. Samuel Cowell, Dec. 9 or 10, 1810 ; d. Aug. 4 or 6, 1896. 



u \i;i: (;r.\r. w.ocv. L53 



L93. 



IIi./.r.Ki \n (Hezekiah, 1 /A.' /■/'///,' Eliezer, 1 John*), born at 
Wrentham, March 9, L768 [Wr. rec.] ; died December 20, 1831 ; 
married May 15, I nod, A.bigail, daughter of Richard and Sarah 
Boyden (born at Wrentham, Sept. 1<>, 1771: died at Medfield, 
Feb. 17, is 17). Removed t«» Medfield. 

( Ihildren : 

117. i. Herman, 1 March is, 1801, al Wrentham; d. July 7. 1883, at 
Medfield. 
ii. Abigail Boyden, Feb. 21, 1805. 
lis. jii. Hezekiah Lyman, .March 24, 1807; -1. at Providence, K. I., 

April 7. 1868. 

194. 

Preston 8 (Hezekiah,' Hezekiah,* Eliezer, 1 John*), born at 
Wrentham, A.ug. 12, 1777; died in MedwayJ Oct. 11, 1858 ; 
married April 22, 181 I, in Franklin, Jerusha Wright of Franklin, 
born March 31, 1781; died March 6, 1844. 

Children : 

i. Sophronla J., 7 July 9, 1815; m. Sept. 3, 1835, Levi Wood. 

ties. Medfield. 
ii. Hasbiet J., March 15, 1 S 1 7 : in. at Med way, Dec 1, 1 836, Joel 

\V., bod (if Dexter and Susan (Ware) (Joel, Elisha, I'd)., II.) 

Whiting of Midway, 
iii. Esther, July 13, L819 ; in. Simon Hutchinson, 
iv. Nancy, April I. 1821; d. May 18, 1854; m. April 4, 1841, 

Harlan Bovden. 



195. 

Ai.riir.i 9 e (Joseph, 1 John, 4 Joseph, 3 John*), born at Sherborn, 
March 23, L780; died May 23, L850; married first, Sept. Hi, 
1798, Polly Sanger of Sherborn (horn May 26, 1780; died Sept. 
10, 1810). lie married second, in 1814, Nancy Sanger, a sister 
of Polly (born April l'7, 1785; died An-. 28, L863). "lie lived 
on the homestead ; was a colonel in the Revolutionary W ar." 
[Mrs. Meggat.] 

"lie inherited the talents of his ancestors"; selectman 1820-1. 

Children of Alpheus and Polly, born in Sherborn: 

i. Betsey, 1 Jan. In. [799 : ,i. Sept. 1". 1817. 

449. ii. Orlando, Nov. B, L800; J. Dec. 12, L851, at Worcester. 

450. iii. Charles ( oolidge, Feb. 9, 1803 ; 'I. Nov. 10, 1861. 
•151. iv. John. June 12, 1805; d. Feb. 7. L881. 



154 WARE GENEALOGY. 

452. v. Joseph Sanger, Nov. 24, 1807 ; d. Dec. 26, 1869. 

vi. Nathaniel Dana, April 10, 1810 ; d. of small-pox, in N. Y., 
Nov. 28, 1838, unm. 

Children of Alpheus and Nancy : 

vii. Warren, Oct. 24, 1814 ; d. Sept. 19, 1817. 
viii. Hamlet, March 9, 1817 ; d. April 6, 1822. 



196. 

Ashur 6 (Joseph, 5 John,' Joseph, 3 John*), born at Sherborn, 
Feb. 10, 1782; died Sept. 10, 1873, in Portland, Me.; married 
in Portland, June 20, 1831, Sarah Morgridge. She died June 30, 
1870, aged 70. H. C. 1804 ; LL.D. ; Prof. H. U. ; Judge U. S. 
Dist. Court, Me. 

Children : 

453. i. Joseph Ashur, 7 Aug. 30, 1832 f d. at Washington, D. C, May 

25, 1874. 
ii. Emma Grace, Aug. 27, 1833 ; d. at Plymouth, Mass., July, 1892. 
iii. Charles Morgridge, Jan. 11, d. Aug. 27, 1835. 
iv. Sarah Elizabeth, July 10, 1838 ; m. in London, Aug. 15, 1877, 

John Mackay of Scotland. 

Child : 
1. Ethel Reay, Tortrose, Scotland, Aug. 7, 1879. 



197. 

Henry 6 (Joseph,* John,* Joseph, 2 John, 2 ), born in Sherborn, 
Feb. 15, 1789 ; died Feb. 23, 1814 ; married Jan. 11, 1810, Irene 
Death of Sherborn. She survived him and married second, Jan. 
25, 1816, Braton Bullard. 

Children, born in Sherborn : 

i. Martha, 7 June 24, 1810 ; m. June 11, 1829, Dalton Goulding. 
454. ii. Albert Penniman, Nov. 9, 1811 ; d. Feb. 13, 1871. 
iii. Henry, Oct. 13, 1813 ; d. Oct. 6, 1817. 



198. 

Walter 6 (John, b John,* Joseph, 2 John 2 ), born in Sherborn,. 
Sept. 28, 1777 ; died in Newton, June 9, 1822 ; lived in Canada 
a while; paper man in Newton. He married Nov. 29, 1798, 
Patience, daughter of Elisha Seaverns of Newton. She died at 
Newton, June 9, 1864. 



WAKE GENEALOGY. 155 

< Ihildreo : 

i. Aii'.m:iy May 27, L799 ; d. Dec. II. 1844, al Charlesipwn 

A>\ lum. 
465. ii. Ei isha Si w i rns, March 29, 1801 ; d. Dec. 6, 1864 

iii. Elizabeth S., July 8, 1804; d. Nov. 19, 1856 ; m. Nov. 6, 

L823, I li-ni-\ Smith of Ne^i ton. 
iv. Martha, Canada, Nov. 27, 1806; d. March 5, L821. 
v. Caroi im . Feb. L9, L808, Canada ; d. Boston, Dec 1. 189] ; m. 

in Newton, Nov. 5, 1829, ( harlea Merriamof Weston. 

Children : 

1. Caroline Louise, Aug. 6, L830 ; m. Francis Jaques, Nov. 

19, L851. 
•_'. Charles, Oct 6, 1832; m. May 24, 1856, Helen Jaques. 

3. Ware, .Man), 12, 1835 ; d. Jan. 24, 1 

4. Waldo, Feb. 23, 1839; was Lieut Col. 16tb Mass. VoL 

Inf. and was killed at the battle of Spottsylvania, May 
12, L864. 

5. Herbert, April 21, 1841 ; m. Oct. 6, 1870, Fannie Hawes. 

6. Arthur Ware, May L9, 1844: m. Feb. 27, 1873, Augusta 

Skinner. He d. Oct 11. 1878. 

7. Frank Merriam, Nov. U, 1850; m. Sept. 19, 1877, Te- 

resa Beatrice Loverinir. 

vi. John Chester, Canada, Feb. 10,1808; d. al Stanstead, June 28, 
1828. 
456. vii. William, April 15, 1810, Canada: d. Feb. 24, 1852. 
viii. Orlando, Sept. 29, 1816; d. num., in South America. 



199. 

Orlando 6 (John, 6 John, 4 Joseph,' John*), born at Sherborn, 
Aug. 29, 1770; died at Deerfield, Dec. 5, 1860. "Was in busi- 
ness many years in Sherborn; removed to Deerfield." " Lived on 
No. 26; trader many years in corner .store: selectman 10 years; 
Representative '1 years; Post .Master." He, " of Newton," married 
Dee. 25, 1800 (in W\, by Rev. Samuel Kendall), Deborah Starr 
of \\'est<m; she died at Deerfield, May 17, 1S-46. 

Children: 

457. i. Edwin, 7 Weston, Oct 18, L802 ; d. Aug. 6, L870. 

ii. Fanny, Newton, June 12, 1804; d. Newton, Oct I". 1805. 
iii. Fanny, Deerfield, May 10, L806; m. May 30, L880, Lyman 
Clary. M.D., of Syracuse, N. Y. 
( hildreii : 

1. Jane S., Salina, X. Y.. 1831 : d. 1882. 

2. Orlando IP*., Syracuse, \~ 

3. Sarah Starr, 183 I. 



156 WARE GENEALOGY. 



IV 



John, Deerfield, Oct. 19, d. Dec. 3, 1807. 
v. Jane, Deerfield, Oct. 10, 1808 ; d. Dec. 31, 1809. 
vi. Jane, Deerfield, Aug. 5, 1810; d. March 12, 1867; m. 1st, 

Deerfield, Nov. 15, 1838, Edward W. Chenery ; m. 2d, Oct. 

30, 1849, Maj. William Keith of Greenfield, 
vii. Emily, Sept. 17, 1812 ; d. Dec. 11, 1870 ; m. March 28, 1837, 

James P. Fogg of Rochester, N. Y. 

Children : 

1. Mary Ware, 1840. 

2. Jane, 1842. 

3. /. Leland, 1845. 

viii. Mary, Deerfield, March 31, 1815 ; d. Sept., 1883 ; m. Sept. 25, 

1842, Josiah Fogg of Charleston, S. C. (d. Nov. 22, 1887). 
ix. John, Feh. 19, 1817 ; d. Aug. 2, 1818. 
x. Infant, b. and d. Oct., 1819. 



200. 

Elbridge 6 (John, 5 John, 4 Joseph/ John"), born in Sherborn, 
Aug. 14, 1785 ; married Nov. 26, 1807, in Newton, Elizabeth 
(Betsey) Bridge. Lived in Newton. Clerk in Episcopal Church ; 
removed to Trenton, N. J. 

Children : 

i. Ellen Eugenia, 7 b. 1808, bapt. at the Ep. Ch., Dedham, with 
her father, Sept. 29, 1811; m. in Newton, Nov. 29, 1835, 
Fordyce Bowen of Bedford. 
Child : 

Augustus, 1837, Chelsea. 

458. ii. Edwin [A.?], 1813. 

iii. Elizabeth G, 1815; m. Oct. 30, 1834, in Newton, Willard 
Wilson, both of Bedford, Mass. 
Children : 
1. Lleivellyn; 2. Ellen ; 3. Wallace; 4. Ida ; 5. Frank. 

iv. Eldridge S., 1817 ; d. at Key West, Florida, 
v. Emeline A., 1821 ; m. in Bedford, Mass., May 25, 1841, Joseph 
S. Newhall, Jr. of Saugus, Mass. 
Children : 
1. Annie ; 2. Allston. 



201. 

Eleazer 6 (Benjamin/ John, 4 Joseph/ John*), born in Sher- 
born, Nov. 2, 1791 ; died Sept. 23, 1859 ; married Oct. 22, 1818, 



WARE GENEALOGY. 107 

Lucy, daughter of Daniel Breck, born .Inly 30, 1797. Farmer. 
Resided in Sherborn, and "inherited the water power where his 
grandfather, Joseph Ware, built the first mill on Sewall's brook." 

( Ihildren : 

i. Caki.i.ink, 7 Sept. 3, 1820; m. William Dowse (d. 1848). 
Children : 
1. Lewis, IS |."). 
•_'. Caroline, is 17. 

4G0. ii. Vorestus, April 27, 1822. 

461. iii. Benjamin, Jan. 2 1. L824 ; «1. Bolliston, Feb. 7, 1878. 

iv. Samuel L., June 27, 1830. 

v. Lu< j I).. June 25, 18-'i.'J; m. Martin Nash; lived at Newton 
Lower Falls. 



202. 

Henry, Jr. 6 (Henry,* Jo/m, 4 Joseph,' John*), born in Iling- 
liam, April 21, 1704 ; H. C. 1812; died at Framingham, Scp- 
tember 22, 1848; D.D. ; ord. Second Church, Boston, Jan. 1, 
is 17; resigned Oct. 4, 1830. Prof*. Pulpit Eloquence and the 
Pastoral Care, Harvard University, 1830. See memoir by John 
Ware, M.D. He married first, Elizabeth Watson, daughter of 
Benjamin Waterhouse, M.D., of Cambridge, and his wife Elizabeth 
(Oliver). Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse introduced vaccination into 
America. She was born March 14, 1793; died Feb. 5, 1824. 
lie married second, June 11, 1827, in Boston, Mary Lovell, only 
daughter of Mark (Christopher, Christopher) Pickard, merchant, 
and Mary, only daughter of James and Mary (Middleton) Lovell. 
She was born Oct. 2, 17!)8, on Atkinson St., Boston; died at 
Milton, April I, 1849. Memoir by Rev. E. B. Hall. 

Children of Henry 6 and Elizabeth, born in Boston: 

163. i. John Fothergill Waterhouse, 7 Aug. 81, 1818 ; d. in Milton, 
Feb. 26, L881. 

ii. Mart Elizabeth, Feb. 8, 1820; d. in Milton. Sept 18, L870, 

mini. 

iii. IIknkv, March 6, 1822; d. in Boston, March 6, 1823. 

Children of Henry 8 and Mary: 

iv. Robert, 7 Worcester, Mass., July L8, 1828, <1. Cambridge, D 
24, 1831. 

v. Aw Bent, Rome, Italy, March 28, L830; m. in Milton. Aug. 
L0, 1 s •"» 7 . Frederick, son of Thomas and Wealthea ( Sprague) 
Winsor (b. in Boston, Oct. 2, 1829 ; II. C L851; M.D. 1855; 



158 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Salem, Mass. ; Surg. 49th Mass. Vols. 1862-1863 ; Winchester, 
18G4; d. in Bermuda, Feb. 25, 1889). 
Children : 

1. Robert, May 24, 1858, Salem; m. in Winchester, Oct- 

27, 1883, Eleanor May (John and Charlotte (Simp- 
son) Magee (b. 1855) ; H. C. 1880. Clerk, afterward 
partner, with Kidder, Peabody & Co. 

2. Mary Pickard, Oct. 31, 18G0, Salem. 

3. Paul, June 12, 1863, Milton; m. Sept. 27, 1888, in 

Winchester, Jessie, dau. of Charles Abbot and Esther 
(Cole) Baldwin (b. 1863). 

4. Annie Ware, May 26, 1865 ; m. in Weston, June 4, 1890, 

Joseph, son of Edward A. H. and Eugenia (Teulon) 
Allen. 

5. Jane Loring, Nov. 8, 1868 ; m. in Milton, March 12, 1895, 

Lyman Whitman, son of Justin Edwards and Emma 
(Whitman) Gale (b. Jan 1, ,1873) ; H. C. 1894. 

6. Elizabeth Ware, Nov. 15, 1870; m. in Weston, Sept. 6, 

;. Henry Greenleaf, son of George Henry and 
Mary Frances (Hitchcock) Pearson (b. Dec. 26, 1870) ; 
H. C. 1893 ; Ass't Prof, in English, Mass. Inst, of 
Technology. 

7. Frederick, March 29, 1872; H. C. 1893; m. June 18, 

1894, Mary Anna (Charles J. and Julia (Bryant) 
Paine. 

464. vi. William Robert, May 27, 1832, Cambridge, 
vii. Harriet, Sept. 9, 1834, Cambridge. 

viii. Emma Forbes, Feb. 13, 1838, Cambridge ; d. at Milton, Oct. 
23, 1898. 

The compiler of this Genealogy. 

465. ix. Charles Pickard, June 11, 1840, Cambridge. 



203. 

John 6 ( Henry, b John,* Joseph, 3 John*), born in Hingham, 
Dec. 19, 1795; graduated Harvard College 1813; M.D. 1816; 
died in Boston, April 29, 1864; married first, April 22, 1822, in 
Hingham, Helen, daughter of Dr. Levi (Levi, Nathaniel, David, 
Stephen) and Desire (Thaxter) Lincoln of H., born Dec. 20, 1798 ; 
died Jan. 23, 1858, in Boston. He married second, Feb. 25, 
1862, in So. Lancaster, Mary Greene, daughter of Nathaniel and 
Dolly (Greene) Chandler of L., born May 22, 1818. He was a 
visiting physician, Massachusetts General Hospital ; Hersey pro- 
fessor Theory and Practice of Physic, Harvard Medical School, 
1836-1858 ; president of the Massachusetts Medical Society, 1848- 



w \i:i: QENEALOGY. L59 

ls")2 ; fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Scien 
member of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement. 

"He waa a writer, a teacher, and for many year* an extern d labor- 

ious practitioner. The benignity of bia temper^ the impartiality of bia 
reasoning, the clearness of bia perception, the justice of bia inferences, and 
the attractive language in which be conveyed bis thoughts, caused bia pres- 
ence tn be welcomed by the rick, and bia counsel to be Boughl and respi 
by lii- professional brethren." [Dr. Jacob Bigelow, in an addresa b 
the Suffolk District Medical Society.] 

Children, all by first wife, born in Boston : 

i. LtJCI At us, 7 Aug. 31, 1824; m. Nov. 6, 1851, Z.-.txliel 
Adams, son of Simon ami Eliza (Adams) Willanl of Do- ton. 

Children: 

1. Ethel, Oct. 17. 1856; m. in L 885, "William James, son of 

William James and Ann (Smedberg) Adams (b. in 
L854). 

2. John Ware, Feb. 19, L859. 

ii. William, Aug. 3, 1827 ; d. Nov. is, L832. 
166. iii. John, Sept. 8, L829. 

iv. Robert, Nov. 26, L831 ; d. Dec. 5, 1832. 

v. Robert, Sept. 2, 1833; d. of typhoid fever, at Little Washing- 
ton, N. C, April 10, 1863 j nniii. 

"He was fitted at, the Boston Latin School, and graduated 
at Harvard College in ls.V_\ On leaving college he entered 
the Harvard Medical School. He went to Europe in May, 
1 85 !. returning in Sept.. L855, six months of thi> absei 
being passed in Paris, where he studied in the hospital-. 
Graduating from the Medical School in 1856, he began the 
practice of his profession in Boston. In duly, L857, he was 
appointed one of the districl physicians of the Boston Dispen- 
sary. On the breaking out of the War of the Rebellion he 
was one of the first physician-, to enter the service of the 
Sanitary Commission in L861. He was subsequently appoint- 
ed Burgeon of the 1 1th Regt Massachusetts Volunteers, which 
lefl Boston in October, L862. 1 1 i -s last illness waa brought on 
during the siege of Little Washington, N. ( '.. by the unusual 
labors require 1 of him among the negroes, aa w ell as in his own 
regiment ; he was at this time without the aid of hia assistant 
Burgeon. To these labors be gave himself unsparingly." 

vi. Edith, Sept. 30, L835 j m. April ">. 1858, Albert Fleetford, 

of Joseph Gage and Abby Frances (Lyman) S Ports- 

mouth, N. EL (b. Jul) 18, L832). 

Children : 



160 WARE GENEALOGY. 

1. Helen Ware, July 19, 1859 ; m. March 24, 1886, Mont- 

gomery Adams (Charles Bartlett and Katherine 
Montgomery (Adams) Crockett (b. March 24, 1860; 
II. C. 1882, M.D. 1886 : Bellevue Hospital, N. Y.) ; 

2. Lyman, Sept. 1, 1862 ; m. June 4, 1890, Hannah Mason, 

dau. of Archibald Campbell and Elizabeth Hastings 
(Hatch) Fowler (b. July 8, 1868). 

3. Robert Ware, April 13, 1868 ; m. at Medford, Feb. 15, 

1898, Mabel (b. Dec. 13, 1873), dau. of Luther and 
Minerva (Fletcher) Blaikie. 

4. Gertrude Ware, June 21, 1870; m. June 14, 1895, 

Leonard, son of James Walker and Mary Emma 
(Clough) Tufts. 

5. Lincoln Flee/ford, July 1, 1874; H. C. 1897. 

vii. Helen Lincoln, March 18, 1838 ; ra. June 29, 1876, Charles 
Montraville, son of George Bent and Melinda (Wetherbee) 
Green (b. Medford, Dec. 18, 1850 ; grad. II. C. 1874 ; M.D. 
1877 ; asst. prof, obstetrics, 1894; secretary of Harv. Faculty 
of Medicine, 1897 ; fellow of Mass. Med. Soc. ; vice-pres. 
1899-1900; vis. phys. dept. of Diseases of Women, Boston 
City Hosp. and Lying-in Hosp. ; fellow American Gynaeco- 
logical Soc; resides in Boston). 

Children : 

1. Charles Montraville, Jr., Nov. 12, d. Nov. 14, 1878. 

2. Robert Montraville, July 11, 1880; student in II. C, 

class of 1902. 

viii. Frances Clark, May 21, 1840; m. June 5, 1868, William 
Hurst, son of Neil of Prestwick, Scotland, and Alicia (Hurst) 
McNeil of Gibraltar, Spain (b. Aug. 5, 1837). 

Children : 

1. Robert Ware, April 12, 1869. 

2. Fanny Ware, August 7, 1871. 

3. Alice Hurst, June 10, 1875 ; d. March 29, 1881. 

4. Neil McNeil, December 1, 1877 ; d. March 9, 1890. 

5. Helen Lesley, December 8, 1882. 



204. 

William 8 (Henri/, 5 John,* Joseph, 3 John 2 ), born in Hingham, 
Aug. 3, 1797; Harvard College 1816; Div. Sch. 1819; died in 
Cambridge, Feb. 19, 1852. Settled pastor of All Souls Church, 
New York, Dec. 18, 1821; resigned Sept. 19, 1836. West 
Cambridge 1843-5. He married June 10, 1823, Mary, daughter 



WARE GENEALOGY. L61 

of Dr. Benjamin (bom May 1, 17.")."); d. Oct. 2, lS-l«i) and Kliza- 
beth (Oliver) Waterhouse (born Cambridge, A.ug. •'>, 1799 ; died 
in Baden Baden, Aug. 1. L872). She was a Bister of her hus- 
band's brother I [enry*e firsl w ife. 

Hf w as the author of" Zenobia," " Letters from Palmyra," " Aure- 
lian,'* '" Letters from Rome," etc. 

( liililivn : 

468. i. Benby^JuIy 17. 1824; d. Feb. I. L885. 

ii. Loi isa 1. 1. 1.. A]»ril is, L826; d. Oct 2 or 3, 1800, imm. 

iii. M\i:v II\i;i:n r, Sept. 21, 1828, 

iv. Ih m:n. Nov. 8, 1880; d. Lpril 21, 1885. 

v. WiL] lam, Am- 3, L832 ; d, March 2, 1834. 

vi. William, April 3, L884 ; d, April 3, 1836. 

vii. I'm Di Ric, .Tunc 3, 18 13 ; d. at Soden, near Frankfort am Main, 
Germany. I860: II. ( '. 18G5; M.D. 1868. 



205. 

CHARLES Eu<>t' | Henry, 8 John,* Joseph, 3 John 11 ), horn in 
Cambridge, May 7, 1814; died at Winchendon, Sept. 3, 1887; 
Harvard' College, 1834; M.D. 1837; married Nov. 20, 1854, 
Elizabeth Cabot, daughter of Henry (Joseph, Thomas, Thomas) 
and Mary (Jackson) Lee (horn April 2, 1819; died Sept. 27, 
1898).* 

Child, born in Boston : 

M uiy Lee, 7 Jan. 7, 1858 ; resides in Boston. 



206. 

Thornton Kjrexand 4 (Henry,* John,* Joseph,' John"), horn 
in Cambridge, Feb. 23, L823; Harvard College 1842; LL.B. 
1834; died at Fitchburg in L892. He married in Fitchburg, dan. 
22, L852 (by Rev. Horatio Stebbins), Lucy Ann Adams, daughter 
of Chedorlaomer and Martha Kox (Upton) Marshall (horn in Fitch- 
burg, March 16, L828). He was judge of the Police Court in 
Fitchburg. 

Children, horn in Fitchburg: 

169. i. Chabli a Ej [Ot, lM. 7 duly 17. L853. 
ii. Thobntok Marshall, April 27, 1866. 

• The "Gkis-< Flowers," those remarkable models of flowering plants, bo attractive 
to the masses and invalual lOtany, which adorn thi " v - Museum" 

of Harvard I Diversity, were donated by the widow and daughter of L>r. Charles Elliot 
Ware, as a memorial of his life and work. [C. II. I'- 
ll 



162 WARE GENEALOGY. 



207. 



Otis 9 (Azariahf John, 4, Joseph, 9 John*), born in Newton, 
Jan. 19, 1796; died in Barre, April 25, 1872. " Worked at the 
fuller's trade after his father ; then changed to farming. Became a 
Methodist, as did all his children." He married first, in West- 
minster, March or April 9, 1818, Persis, daughter of Jonas and 
Anna Merriam (born Feb. 28, 1798 ; died July 20, 1831) of W. 
He married second, Nov. 13, 1831, Sarah Merriam, sister of his 
former wife (born Aug. 20, 1805 : died Feb. 13, 1888). Descen- 
dants of Sarah Wilder, the first white child born in Princeton, 
Mass., were these Merriam sisters. 

Children of Otis and Persis, born in Barre : 

i. Persis, 7 Sept. 11, 1818 ; d. Oct. 27, 1874; m. Nov. 24, 1842, 
Aaron Wait (b. Nov. 8, 1818 ; d. Nov. 24, 1824). 

Children : 

1. George Austin, Feb. 23, 1846; d. Dec. 24, 1875; m. 

July 20, 1871, Ella L. Hatstat of Rutland (b. Feb. 4, 
1843). 

2. Anna Lucretia, April 17, 1847 ; m. Nov. 8, 1870, John 

Rice of Templeton. 

3. Aaron Goodhue, March 26, 1848 ; m. Dec. 28, 1870, 

Eliza M. Wilson of Princeton (b. Dec. 28, 1848). 

4. Persis Mary, March 9, 1850 ; m. Jan. 1, 1868, John 

Holden of Princeton. 

5. Edward Seward, Dec. 11, 1852. 

h. Otis, Sept. 18, 1819 ; d. Jan. 10, 1841 ; unm. 

472. iii. Azariah, Oct. 30, 1820. 

.iv. Myra, March 27, 1823 ; d. Nov. 28, 1891 ; m. Nov. 4 or April 
27, 1846 (Sept. 27, 1845, " Lem."), Jennison Wheeler (b. Sept. 
1, 1819). 

Children : 

1. Elizabeth, March 29, 1846 (25, 1847) ; m. June 3, 1867, 

Albert M. Thompson. 

2. Abba, March 4, 1850 ; m. June 2, 1870, Frank A. Beane. 

3. Rhoda, Aug. 6, 1857; m. Oct. 3, 1876, Herbert W. 

Pond. 

4. Harry Jennison, March 5, 1863 ; d. July 13, 1867. 

473. v. Leonard, May 19, 1825 ; d. Oct. 18, 1893. 

vi. Alexis, Dec. 23, 1826; d. Aug. 10, 1844, unm. 
vii. Son, Dec. 10, 1828 ; d. Jan. 18, 1829. 



u \i;i. <;km, ULOGT. It',.", 

Children of Otis and Sarah, born in Barre: 

viii. Su;ui,.inh l'.i, 1838; a. Feb. 9. 1897 i m. Oct I. 1855, Henrj 
1 1. ster Brooks (b. March 21, L834 ; fl. Jan. 29, 1893). 

( Ihildren : 

1. Alice Levina, Bdarch 27, l>v>7 ; m. Oct. 6, L875, Charles 

1 1. ( l«\ eland. 

2. Mary Elizabeth, Nov. 26, I860; m. Nov. 80, 1882, John 

W. Adams. 

3. Sarah Am/a, A j nil I, lX6l> ; ill. 1 1 (i il >< iL Colfijian of 

( iardner. 
■1. George Senr^Feb. 1, l' s, '>9. 
5. Harry Leroy, Oct. 6, 1871 ; d. April 30, 1872. 
G. Hatlie Louise, Oct. 6, 1871. 

17 1. i\. A\i;o\ Wood. Jan. 2, 1837. 

x. Mart, Feb. 1. L840; d. July 2, 1845. 

\i. l.i i r, N<>\. ■_'. 1812; in. I-VI>. 10, LS62, Amos Turner Adams 
(1). Jan. 7. 1st.;). 

Children : 

1. Sarah Elsie, Feb. 27, 1863 ; m. Oct. 29, 188G, Wenzle 

J. Brodmerkle. 

2. Winifred Abigail, Oct. 15, 1871. 

§75. xii. Albert, Oct. 09, 1844. 
476. xiii. John, April 2, 1848. 

214. 

William Danfortii" ( William,* Ben yam in, 4 Nathaniel,* Na- 
thaniel?), born at Wrentnam, Jan. 3, 1812; married first, Almira 
or Elmira Leonard of Med way ; married second, April 29, 18.55, 
Elizabeth W. Jones of Wrcntham, daughter of Kzekiel Jones and 
Elizabeth (Benjamin, Nathaniel, Nathaniel) "Ware: 

Children : 

i. William, 1 1840. 

ii. MAM A.. Midway, 1842; m. Nov. 3, 1860, William H. Guild 
of Franklin (of James A. and Lucena P).; b. 1842, boot- 
maker 20 years. 

iii. FRANCES Zl iu wr, franklin, Sept. 30, 1845. 
482. iv. George II., Medway, April 8. 1848. 

v. Louisa, April 8, 1850, Wrentham-; m. 1st, in Fr.. Feb. 14, 
L869, Charles E. Williams, bootmaker (b. in Fr.) (Charles and 
Mary A.) ; he 20,she l« ; by Rev.Joseph F. Masse] of Belling- 
ham. Charles F. Williams d. Dec. 17, 1896. She m. 2d. 
Altarado H. Parsons, Yarmonth, Me. 



164 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Child : 
Maude Louise, Nov. 29, 1869 ; taught 9 years in Yarmouth, 
Me., and Northampton High School, after leaving Boston 
University ; she m. Feb. 8, 1899, Willis Avery Smith of 
Goshen, Mass. 



215. 

Benjamin Barnabas 8 ( William,* Benjamin,* Nathaniel, 3 Na- 
thaniel*), born at Wrentham, Nov. 13, 1820; married first, Sally 
Drake (Jonathan and Phoebe) (born Easton ; died small-pox, 
Feb. 15, 1862, in Bellingham, aged 41, 1, 2. [Bel. rec.] He 
married second, Clarissa Josephine Harding. 

Children, all but fourth and sixth, born in Franklin : 

i. James Ervin, 7 Oct. 22, 1845. 

ii. Edw. Cary, Sept. 20, 1848 ; drowned May 3, 1856. 

iii. Elizabeth Adelaide, April 17, 1850; d. Bellingham, Feb. 3, 
1862, small-pox. 

iv. Frank Eldon, July 22, 1852 ; d. of dysentery Sept. 1, 1853. 

v. Jenny Frances, Oct. 22, 1854. 

vi. Benjamin B., Aug. 18, 1856. 

vii. Edna Jane, May 17, 1858. 

viii. Benjamin J., " murdered at the West." [L. L. W.] Perhaps 

not the same Benjamin, 
ix. Frederick Barnabas [? L. L. W.]. 
x. Betsey, d. in W., May 16, 1874. 



216. 

Warren 6 (Warren," Nathaniel,* Nathaniel,' Nathaniel 3 ), 
born and lived at Orrington, Me., Dec. 16, 1810; died Dec. 18, 
1871 ; married Cynthia Huntoon of Bangor, March 26, 1840; she 
was born in 1809 ; died March 17, 1886. 

Children : 

486. i. Elton Warren, 7 March 6, 1841. 

ii. Wilbert, Feb. 1, 1843; d. at Fernandina, Fla., in 1862 or 
1863 ; in army. 

487. iii. Nelson, April 27, 1845 ; d. " of disease contracted in the 

army," Feb. 22, 1883. 

iv. Edwin, Sept. 18, 1847 ; d. Oct. 1, 1847. 
v. Evelyn, July 22, 1852 ; m. S. H. Higgins. 
Children : 
1. Louise; 2. Frank 



WARE GENEALOGY. 165 

vi. Lrcv Fogg, March 1. 1856 ; m. Oct. 28, 1875, Borace N. Mann. 
Children : 
1. Witberi ; 2. Harriet; '■'<. Elton \ 1. Leroy or Lucy. 



217. 

Elbeidge 8 I Warren,* Nathaniel,* Nathaniel, 2 Nathaniel*), 
horn :it Orrington, .M^., Jan. 12, L813 ; died July 27, I860; 
married Adaline B. Copeland of Brewer, born in I s 14; marriage 

certificate issued Nov. 1<>, 1*40. 
( 'liildrcn, all born in Orrington : 

i. Annette S.. 7 Oct. 22, L841 ; d. July 12, 1878, unm. 
488. ii. Jairi -. March '.». 1843 ; d. Feh. •">. 1881. 

iii. Caroline ('.. .Ian. 19, L845 ; .1. Sept. •'!<>, 1853. 

iv. ELBA A., Aug. 17, 1850; d. Oct. 2:!. lSSO, num. 

v. Charles E., Dec. L8, L851 ; d. Nov. 26, 1876, unm. 
vi. Julia F.. April 11. L856; d. Oct. 1, 1862. 
vii. Abby B., June 27, 1860; d. May 27, 1870. 



221. 

Jo.siAH 8 (Josiah, 11 Jbsiah, 4 Josiah,' Nathaniel*), born at Ox- 
ford, Dec. 12, 1812: died April 6, 1895. He was adopted into 
the family of his ancle, Daniel Cook of Wrentham. In his twenty- 
fourth year (April 12, I S : 1 7 ) he married Martha or Patty M., 
daughter of Enoch and Betsey Blake of Wrentham. He then 
bought a small farm in Wrentham; Mrs. Ware died Dee. 7, 18G0, 
leaving no issue. He married second, Jan. 7, 1862, Ann Blake, 
sister of his first wife (died March 3, 1897, aged 04 years). 

" When the Norfolk ( o. R. R. (now N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R.) was built, 
Mr. Ware was appointed its first agenl at Norfolk station, and purchased 
land and erected a dwelling house adjacent to the depot. In addition to bis 
duties as railroad agent he carried on teaming, farming and lumbering - \- 
tensivelj : and a large lumber business. Mr. War'' enjoyed to an eminent 
degree the confidence of his fellow townsmen." 



223. 

Lyman Cart* (Darius, 1 Josiah,* Josiah,* Nathaniel*), burn 
in North Wrentham, now Norfolk, June 27, L815; died there July 
4, 18G3 ; married first, Dec. 1, 1841, Harriet .Mar-ball, daughter 



166 WARE GENEALOGY. 

of Benjamin and Mary (Torrey) Kingsbury, born at Franklin, 
June 23, 1815; died June 22, 1843. He married second, Nov. 
28, 1844, Esther A., daughter of William Hurd (originally Heard), 
born at Newfield, Me., March 1, 1823. She survives him, and 
resides in Wrentham. 

He was a mechanical engineeer ; founded the Suffolk Machine 
Co. of Baltimore about 1847; later, as mechanical superintendent 
of the South Boston Iron Co., he invented many special appliances 
for boring and rifling heavy ordnance. 

Children : 

i. Harriet Isabel, 7 Boston, June 17, 1843 ; d. Boston, April 22, 
1859. 
490. ii. Lyman Eugene, Baltimore, March 15, 1849. 

iii. Alice Pamela, Baltimore, Feb. 22, 1851 ; m. May 19, 1875, 
William Mellville Proctor. 

Children, born in Wrentham : 

1. Thomas Melville, Sept. 13, 1876. 

2. Marion, Jan. 1, 1878. 

3. Florence, Sept. 9, 1879. 

4. Isabelle, Oct. 22, 1881 ; d. May 13, 1882. 

5. Mildred, April 22, 1883. 

6. Braman, Feb. 20, 1886. 

491. iv. Henry Cleveland, N. Wrentham, Jan. 1, 1853. 

492. v. Robert Allison, Boston, April 14, 1858. 



224. 

Darius 6 (Darkcs," Josiah* Josiah, 3 Nathaniel 1 ), born at 
North Wrentham, now Norfolk, Sept. 25, 1820, and still resides 
there; farmer; married June 12, 1856, Mary Drake, of Easton, 
born May 30, 1824. 

Children, born at North Wrentham : 

i. Myra Jane, 7 April 4, 1860 ; m. David Henry Murphy. 
Children : 

1. Leon Earte, Sept. 11, 1893; d. Oct. 24, 1893. 

2. Gladys Lorette, Sept. 11, 1893. 

3. Elmer Aubrey, Oct. 3, 1899. 

ii. Elmer Ervin, Oct. 13, 1865 ; lives on the homestead with his 
parents. 



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22.'). 



Elijah* (Darius, 1 Josiah,* Josiah,' Nathaniel*), l><>ni in X. 
Wrentham, A.ug. 24, 1823; died July :'•, L890, al Omaha, Neb. 
He married, first, Oct. 1, 1848, Sarah, daughter of William and 
Luoj | Record] Heard (oi Kurd), born al Newfield, Me., May 20, 
L827 ; died Feb 21, L856. He married* second, at Girard, Pa., 
Nov. 27, L856, Mrs. Martha Ann (Reed) McCloud, widow al 
Matthew McCloud of Boston, and daughter of David and Mary 
Martha (Morse) Read, born in Williamsville, Vt., A.ug. 26, 1820 ; 

died at Omaha, Neb., May 2, 1890. 

lie was a mechanical engineer and inventor; built and operated 
a steam carriage in 1 862, 

Children : 

494. i. BIybom I.i'.!'.. 7 Nov. 11, 1855. 

ii. W.vi.ti'.k Elliot, Dec. 9, 1857; d. Jan. 19, 1858. 

495. hi. WALTEK Ki.i.swoimii. Needhain, Aug. 26, 1861. 

iv. Ellen Jul ii : r. Sept 16, 1864. 



I 



22 o. 

Samuel 8 (I/uther,* Etijah,* Josiah,* Nathaniel*), horn June 
22, 1803; married in Xeedham, March 27, 182."), Elizabeth D. 
Smith, both of N. He resided at Bangor, Ale. He died May 28, 

1843. His widow married, second, Winch; she died Aug. 

4, 1885, aged 79 years, 5 months, 2S days. 

Child: 

Elizabeth K.. 7 1826; d. Aug. 1, 18 17, aged 1 21, in Need- 
ham ; buried with her mother in new cemetery, Welledey, Mass. 



227. 

FRAKCia 6 dYuvKi: (Asa,* Asa,* Josiah,* Nathaniel*), born in 
North Wrentham, dan. 28, 1825; died May 19, 18H5, at Norfolk. 
He married, \..v. 25, 1846, Ann Maria, daughter of Simon and 
Elizabeth Slocumb (sister of Asa Blake's wife), born at Wrentham 

Aug. 29, 1814; died in Franklin Aug. 10, 187'.'; buried at X. 
Wrentham. 
Children : 

496. i. Ei ..i\i Fi;wi is. 7 <),. r , 5, 18 17. 

ii. Anna Leslie, March ll. 1850; in.M.iy •">. 1870, Willard Addi- 
son Armsby, of Winchester, .Mass. 



168 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

iii. Silas Frederick, Feb. 8, 1852; d. Oct. 6, 1853. 
iv. Arthur Slocumb, April 15, 1866; d. Oct. 27, 1866. 



228. 

Daniel 6 Neavell (Daniel, 6 Daniel, 4 Josiah, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), 
born Nov. 4, 1825 ; died May 10, 1891 ; married March 30, 1847, 
Gabriella, daughter of Benjamin and Susan Fuller, both of Need- 
ham ; she was born May 30, 1827. Resides at Winnebago City, 
Minn. 

Children : 

497. i. Frank Newell, 7 May 9, 1850. 

498. ii. Winfield F., Jan. 11, 1872. 



229. 

Reuben 6 Newell {Reuben, 6 Daniel,* Josiah, 2 Nathaniel 2 ), 
born at Needham, Dec, 3, 1830 ; died Sept. 21, 1861 ; married 
May 1, 1856, Marcia Abigail Kingsbury, of Waterbury, Conn. ; 
born in Waterbury, May 1, 1833. [She married again, Benjamin 
D. Le Fevre, by whom she has a daughter Edith.] 

Children : 

499. i. Howard Reuben, 7 Needham, Dec. 25, 1856. 

ii. Harry Newell, Sept. 1, 1860; d. June 3, 1861. 



230. 

William 6 Smith (Reuben," Daniel,* Josiah, 3 Nathaniel 1 ), 
born in Newton, Dec. 24, 1832 ; married, first, in Grantville 
(Wellesley Hills) Dec. 6, 1860, Lucy Ann, daughter of William 
Stanwood; she died in Boston, Feb. 10,1870; 39,6,4. He mar- 
ried, second, Dec. 10, 1874, Mrs. Selenda A. (Eaton) Moulton, of 
Haverhill. 

Children, born at Grantville (Needham) : 

500. i. Herbert Stanwood, 7 Jan. 23, 1862; d. April 19, 1897. 
ii. Reuben N., Aug. 23, 1863 ; d. July 5, 1881. 
hi. George H, July 21, 1865 ; d. Dec. 29, 1890. 
iv. Sarah Bradford, Sept. 5, 1867; m. June 15, 1897, Ellery E, 

Farwell, of Auburn, Me. 
v. Lucy Evelyn, Aug. 29, d. Oct. 29, 1869. 



w \i:i: OENEALOGT. 1 'i'. 1 

231. 

Rki i'.i. \Yii.i.\i:i> ( R'ikI \ b hunitl* Josiah* Nathaniel*), 
born in Needham, Sept. li>, 1826; married, first, Feb. •">, 1856, 
Mary Ellen Downes; ahe died July 9, L894. Fie married, second, 
Dec. LO, 1896, Mrs. Ella B. Ridley, of Plainfield, X. J. 

Adopted child : 

Ellen Emma, 1 Nov. 21, 1876; m. Dec. II, 1897, Rawlins 
Lowndes, <>t" Waterbury, Conn. 

234. 

"William' 5 Avkky ( William, 1 Samuel,* Samuel,' Nathaniel*), 
born at Westminster, Yt., .March 11, L822; died at Ellington, 
N. Y., Sept. 5, is 1 .* I. Practiced medicine more than thirty years 
at Owatonoa, Minn., "very much respected as physician and man." 
He married, first, Eliza Lott. He married, second, Josephine 
McGlassion. 

Child by second wife : 

Evelyn, 7 April .">, 1875. r 



235. 

Lemtel Raymond 8 {William, 1 Samuel,* Samuel* Nathan- 
iel*), born at Westminster, Yt., March 14, 1822; married March 
28, 184S, Mary, daughter of Joel and Mary (Bayley) StockweU. 
She died April 20, 1*95, aged 69 years. He was a physician and 
surgeon of the homeopathic school, graduate of college at Boston or 
New York. He died at Ellington, X. Y., Sept. 5, 1894. 

( ihildren : 
502. i. W\i i i ■■:.• A.m. :». 1849. 

ii. Martha Elizabeth, Portage, N. Y. : m. 1st, Nov. 17, 18 

Sterling D. Strever (b. Sept. 25, 1852; d.Jan. 1. 1885). She 
m. 2d, Edwin N. Dunckel ; res. at Butte City, Mont. 
Children of S. I), and M. E. (Ware) Strever: 
1. Pearl Irene, April 2."), 1870. 
•_'. Joseph A'.. March 30, 187 1. 

Children of Edwin X. and M. E. (Ware) Dunckel: 

1. Emma Ware, July 15, 1886. 

2. A son, 1). and d. in Nov., 1888. 

3. Robert G., Dec. 26, 1889. 

4. Irene, Feb. 1, 1892. 



± 70 WARE GENEALOGY. 

iii. Joel Williams, Aug. 15, 1854 ; d. young. 

iv. Mary Aurelia, Auburn, la., April 16, 1856 ; taught in public 
schools; m. Sept. 21, 1876, Joseph N., son of Stephen and 
Helen (Isham) Thacher, b. in Burlington, Vt Res. at 
Brownsdale, Minn. 

Children : 

1. Stephen V. 5. Thaddeus A. 

2. Mary Ware. 6. George K. 

3. Julius E. 7. Helen J. 

4. Leland Lincoln. 8. Laura Belle. 

v. Laura Adams, Sept. 28, 1858 ; m. James M. Weiser of Dublin,. 

Pulaski Co., Va. 
vi. Emma Jane, Jan. 10, 1863 ; teacher; m. Frank A. Scheuber of 

Livingston, Mont, 
vii. Lillian Lincoln, Jan. 15, 1866 ; teacher ; m. James M. Bales ;, 

res. Sunset, Mont. 



237. 

Samuel, Jr. 6 (Samuel,* Jonathan*, Samuel,' JVathaniel*) , 
born in Ware, Feb. 26, 1821; died Oct. 18, 1879, at Garden 
Grove, California; he married June 13, 1843, Mary Agnes,, 
daughter of David Chandler of S. Hadley, Mass., born June 18, 
1821. [Chandler Family.] She resided in S. Deerfield, Mass., in 
1885; in Batavia, 111., 1894; returned to California. 

Child : 
503. Edward Goodhue, 7 May 4, 1846, S. Deerfield.. 



238. 

Austin 6 (Samuel, 6 Jonathan, 4 Samuel, 3 ]\ T athanieP), born in: 
Ware, Jan. 4, 1823; died in Deerfield, Aug. 27, 1883; a farmer. 
He married Nov. 26, 1844, Sarah Clapp (born 1807 ; died at 
Deerfield, Jan. 10, 1858 (rec), or March, 1859 (family). He 
married second, June 22, 1864, Sarah A. Hall, Huntington, Mass. 
(born Oct. 20, 1832, at Staten Island), now lives (1897) at Passa- 
dena, Cal. 

Children : 

i. Mary Alice (Allis), 7 April 26, 1865, S. Deerfield. " She is 
now (1897) studying to be a trained nurse in the County Hos- 
pital of Los Angeles." 



WAKK (il.Ni: M.(»(iV. 171 

ii. .Till v l.u nr.i.i. \ (l-u i:\ I'.i . i i s ). I ).■■•. 25, 1868; d. from the 

effects of a fall wWeal play, Nov. 15, L875, a) S. D. 



23! I. 

WlLLIAM 8 (Joseph I\ 7 ' rkl '>/ ml ,* Joint! '//<t ,i ,' S,r, ,>>"/, Na- 
thaniel*), born a1 Heath, Sept. 11, 1831 ; married Nov. $9, 1866, 
Eliza, daughter of Isaac 1>. and Theodosia (Newton) Smead of 
Coleraine, Mass. She died Nov. 27, 1880; n<> children. They 
adopted two. He married second, March 9, 1886, Henrietta, 
daughter of Robert Jackson and Henrietta (Craft) M'cCaughey, in 

Lloonmi-dale, ill. He served in Co. II., 2(>tli 111. Vol. , at V..rt 
HoneUon, Sliiloh, etc., Asst. Signal ofriccr at Vickshiir<j\ 1st Lt. 

Sig. Corps, l'. S. A., 1*.'>."», with McPherson. Resided at Toledo, 
C, from 1882; at Glenwood, Fla., in 1897. 



240. 

Joseph 8 {John* Jonathan,* Samuel* Nathaniel*), horn in 
Conway, June 17, 1832; died Nov. 7, 18G2 ; married duly 22, 
1858, Martha Emma Roy. Successful lawyer. Lives now at 
Sibley, la. 

Children: 

504. i. Fi:r.i.v-.i;icK. : July 0, IS.V.i. 

505. ii. Joseph E., May 17, 1863. 



241. 

Edward K." {Ralph,* Jom/tlnm,* Samuel,* Xi/fJtmu'r?*), born 
at Granville, Putnam Co., 111., Aug. 2, 1834; died Sept. 1, is«n\ 
He married Aug. <>, 1862, Mary E. Maxwell of Franklin Co., 
Mass. ; she died May 1, 1879. Lawyer. 

( "nildren : 

506. i. Ai.rur.n K.. T An-. 28, 1863. 

507. ii. Charles F... July 3, L865. 
iii. 1'kwi is I,.. Sepfr 16, 18§6. 
iv. Mart Lillian, Oct. 12, 187 1. 



242. 

Lyman" {Ralph,* Jonathan,* Samuel,' Nathaniel*), horn in 

Granville, 111., Nov. 11, 1841 ; married dune 9, 1877, Elizabeth, 



172 WARE GENEALOGY. 

daughter of Robert Law, born in Galena, 111., Feb. 10, 1854. 
Physician. Lives 1620 Prairie Ave., Chicago. 
Children : 

i. Hildegarde, 7 Nov. 20, 1892. 

ii. Edith, Feb. 18, 1894. 

iii. Elizabeth, March 20, 1897. 



243. 

Elisha C. 6 (Ralph, 5 Jonathan," Samuel, 3 Nathaniel*), born in 
Granville, 111., Aug. 30, 1846 ; married Sept. 6, 1870, Mary Hanna 
of Aurora, 111. ; lives at Hyde Park, 111. Real estate dealer in 
Chicago. 

Children : 

i. Ralph, 7 July 3, 1877. 
ii. Walter, Feb. 13, 1880. 
iii. Robert Rea, Jan. 3, 1883. 



244. 

Henry F. 6 (Ralph, 6 Jonathan, 4 Samuel, 3 Nathaniel*) , born 
in Granville, 111., Oct. 30, 1851; married at Brunswick, Me., 
June 27, 1897, Josephine Sandford of Boston. Lives (1897) in 
Durango, Colorado. 

Child : 

John Sandforp, 7 June 27, 1898. 



245. 

Thomas Shepard 8 (Thomas, 5 Jonathan,* Samuel, 3 Nathan- 
iel 2 ), born July 20, 1836. Lives in Whiting, Kansas. He 
married first, July 3, 1866, Mattie C. Moody. She died in June, 
1869. He married second, in 1873, in Illinois, M. Wheeler. 

Children : 

i. Mattie Elizabeth, 7 June, 1869 ; d. Sept., 1879. 

Second marriage : 

ii. Thomas Russell, Sept. 14, 1874. 
iii. Ina Dale, Jan. 25, 1877. 
iv. Ralph Kirkland, Aug. 31, 1879. 
v. Laura Belle, March 19, 1882. 



w ai;i: QENEALOGY. 1 73 



246. 

Charles Kiuki.\m>' ; {Thomas* Jonathan,* Samuel' Na- 
thaniel 9 ) > born May 31, L843; married Nov. 26, L867, Lucy 

Gunn. Resides at Duwnes, Kansas. 

( Ihildren : 

. i., mi i; <;..• Nov. L, L869. 
i. Em m \ I.., An-. I, 1 873. 
ii. Lkv i S., Jane 20, L876. 
v. Thomas C, July 11,1880. 



247. 

William Stkwaut" (Th<>mus, r ' Jonathan,* Samuel,* Na- 
thaniel"), born March 26, 1848. Resides at Corinth, Kansas. 



248. 

Henry Martin" (Thomas,* Jonathan,* Samuel 9 Nathaniel*), 

bom May 13, 1854; married Aug. 21, 1883, Ellen Harrison. 
Resides at Granville, 111. 

Child : 

Stephen IIaukison, 7 Dec. 27, 1885. 



249. 

James White" (Thomas,* ■J<>iniil><i», < Samuel,* NatJi<inlcl t '), 
born March 1G, 185G. Resides at Granville, 111. 



250. 

Joseph Edwin 6 ( Thomas,* J<>n<itli<i,>, i Samuel* Nathaniel 9 ), 

born Sept. 27, 1857; died Oct. 18, 1882. Lawyer. 



251. 

Justin Perkins 6 (Thomas, 9 Jonathan,* Samuel,* Nathaniel*), 

born Aug. 17, 18G3. Resides at Granville, 111. 



174 WARE GENEALOGY. 



252. 



Levi Ingols 6 (Sylvester Goodale, b Jesse," Samuel, 3 Na- 
thaniel' 1 ), born July 15, 1827; lived in Brunswick, Mo. He 
"married, but had no children"; served in the Mexican war; 
resided at Tia. Joana [sic], California, in 1895. 



253. 

Goodale Sylvester 6 (Solomon L., b Jesse,* Samuel, 3 Na- 
thaniel 2 ), born at Dalton, Mass., Dec. 30, 1822; married Louise 
Ruth Bell of Dalton. Died at Niagara Falls, May 7, 1857; she 
died in Titusville, Pa., Nov. 1872. 

Children, all born at Niagara Falls : 

i. Ida Louise, 7 Dec. 8, 1848 ; m. Sept. 1, 1867, Isaac Newton of 
Kalamazoo, Mich.; d. in New York, Sept. 16, 1886. 

Children : 

1. Mabel Louise, July 22, 1868 ; d. Sept. 15, 1885. 

2. Harriet Maud, March 19, 1870. 

ii. Helex Seymour, Oct. 2, 1850. 

iii. Abby Maria, June 15, 1852; m. at Titusville, Pa., Aug.-. 21 T 
1875, Augustus Pitou ; d. in N. Y., April 8, 1888. 

Children, b. in New York : 

1. Augustus, Sejtt. 17, 1876. 

2. Abby Ware, Jan. 25, 1880. 

3. Louise Ruth, May 13, 1887. 

iv. Lavinia Porter, Oct. 9, 1854; m. April 10, 1873, Daniel 
W. Wilson of Titusville, Pa. 

Children : 

1. Ethel, Titusville, April 16, 1874. 

2. Grace Belle, July 30, 1878 ; d. in Chicago, Dec. 3, 1885, 

3. Vinnie Ware, Chicago, Sept. 17, 1886. 

*■ {fZoit^'} Ch-go, May 20, 18M. 



254. 

Charles Seymour 6 (Solomon L., b Jesse,* Samuel, 3 Na- 
thaniel 2 ), born in Dalton, Mass., Feb. 22, 1824 ; married Oct. 15,. 
1851, at Niagara Falls, Helen Amanda (Otis, Noah, David, 



\\ IBJE <;knkalo(;y. 1 7f> 

Micah, Jacob, John, Humphrey) Turner, born in Medina, X. V., 
Sept. :», L832; died in Rochester, N. V., Sept. :>, L881. Be 
was a physician ^ died at Niagara Falls, Sept. 21, 1*72. 

( 'liiMivn : 

i. Fannie Si vMni i;. 7 Niagara Flails, Dec. I. 1852; m. in TitueviHe, 
July 17, L877, George Addison (Timothy, Bbenezer, Benoni, 
-IdIhi, John) Wallace, .M.I)., < » t Rochester, N. V. 

Children 

1. Charles Timothy, Rochester, Dec. Id, 1879. 

2. Olive Sherman, Buffalo, X. Y., April 25, L885. 
;;. Helen Turner, Buffalo, July 22, 1889. 

4. George Francis, Buffalo, Nov. 8, 1*1)0. 

ii. Charles Tusker, Niagara Falls, Nov. 28, 1856; d. May 26, 

L871. 
iii. Jeanie Porter, Indianapolis, Iml., May 29, L865 ; m. Oct. 17, 

L888, Philip E. Krdpatli of Niagara Falls, X. Y. 



255. 

Justin Cole* (Solomon L., b Jesse,* Samuel,' NatTueniel*), 
born :it Niagara Falls, Sept. 11, L829 ; married Sept, 27, 18">4, 
Catherine L. Johnston; died at Titusville, Pa., Dec. 24, 1891. 
Served in the war of the Rebellion. 

Children, all horn at Niagara Falls, N. Y. : 

i. Elizabeth Maria, 1 Aug. l">, 1855; m. Feb. 23, L875, George 
Levant Lawrence of Titusville ; d. Jan, 17, 1880. 

Children, born in Titusville : 

1. Edna Zoe< Feb. 3, 1*77. 

2. Levant Ware. Nov. 6, 1879; d. May 29, 1886. 

ii. Justina Cole, Jan. 11, is.V.); m. Oct. 3, 1883, Fred. J. Parmelee 
of Mentor, < )hio. 

( !hildren, born in Mentor : 

1. Margaret Louise, March 3, 1887. 

2. Frederick Ware. Jan. 29, 1890. 

3. Maze Elizabeth, April 17, L89 I. 

iii. Kate Loi tSE, Sept. I. I860; m. An-., 1882, Homer K. Greene 
of Titusville. 

( hild: 

Lei , S • 30, Lfl 



176 WARE GENEALOGY. 



256. 

Henry Scott 6 (Solomon L., b Jesse, 4 Samuel, 3 Nathaniel*), 
born at Niagara Falls, Aug. 24, 1833 ; married Jan. 4, 1857, 
Mary Josephine Stickles ; died July 26, 1892. "One of the fore- 
most business men of Niagara Falls, and reputed to be a millionaire ; 
a stockholder in hotel and manufacturing companies, director in two 
banks here, and head of the large Hardwick-Ware Manufacturing 
Company of Buffalo." [Newspaper]. 

Child : 

Henrietta Mary, 7 June 15, 1858 ; m. Dec. 22, 1880, Alan H. 
G. Hardwicke. 

Child : 

Henry Scott Ware, Niagara Falls, Nov. 4, 1881. 



257. 

Jesse Dwight 6 (Solomon L.,° Jesse,* Samuel, 2 Nathaniel 1 ), 
born at Niagara Falls, Jan. 26, 1838 ; married in Savannah, Ga., 
Nov. 20, 1859, Mary A. McCall ; he died Nov. 5, 1879, in 
Savannah. 

Children, born in Savannah: 

i. Charles Solomon, 7 July 5, d. July 30, 1860. 
ii. George Dwight, Jan. 1, 18G2 ; d. Oct. 30, 1880. 
iii. Mary Ella, July 16, 1865 ; m. Dec. 7, 1881, John Raymond 
Bailey. 

Children : 

1. John, 1885. 3. Edward, 1891. 

2. Jesse, 1889. 4. Mabel, 1893. 

iv. Justin, March 26, 1868; d. March 26, 1891. 

v. Ida Bell, Sept. 26, 1870. 

vi. Jesse Dwight, Jan. 26, 1873. 

vii. William Henry, Nov. 11, 1877. 

viii. Edward Cole, Jan. 15, 1880; d. March 15, 1881. 



258. 

Amariah 6 (JVathan, b Miphalet, 4 Ebenezer,* Robert 2 ), born at 
Wrentham, July 28, 1768 ; died Nov. 5 or 6, 1839, aged 71 ; 
married May 10, 1810, Betsey, daughter of Joel Ware, No. 118; 
she was born March 5, 1787, died in Franklin, Dec. 11, 1822. 



w.vKi: <;r.\r. u,o<-;y. 177 



Children : 



,519. i. Oben Cutleb t (" Orion " rec), Feb. 24, 1811; d. Sept 15 or 
16, 1875. 

520. ii. Cam b A i 3tik, Dec 20, L812. 

iii. Ki i/ vr.i in Blake, April 21, 1815; .1. Nov. 23, L873; m. On. 

81, ls:;7. Thomaa B. (No. 294) Ware. 
iv. Cvki s Dean, Nov. 3, 1817; d. A.ug. L8, L819. 

v. Ctnthm [bene, Jane I. L820; m. Oct. 1, 18 I"», Moses Draper, 
of Dedham (b. -Inly 24, 1815). 

Children : 

1. Irene Watson, A.ug. 15, 1846; m. Feb. 1!', 1865, James 

Alh. Billings (b. Nov. in. L845). 

2. EUis, An-. 11, 1848; m. Sept. 19, 1880, Jane L. 

Tibbetta i b. April 30, 18;,;;). 

.".. Frances Ella, Oct I, L84!) ; m. .Ian. 3, 1870, James 
White Dupee (b. Oct. 17. is Hi). 

4. Edson, April 8, L851 ; d. Sept. 8, L853. 

5. Elman, April 21. d. Sept. 11, 1855. 

0. Eldora, April 21, is:,;, (twin); m. Nov. 1."), 1873, 
Thomaa Marshall Smith (b. Dec 17, 1854). 

7. Eugene, June 12, 1856. 

8. Oren Ware, March L3, L858 ; d. Jan. 4, 18G9. 

9. Elman Austin, Aug. 5, 1862. 



259. 

Nathan, Jr.* (Nathan,* Eliphalet, 4 JEbenezer, 3 Robert*), 
born in AVrcntlmin, Oct. 2:',, 1778 ; died in Walpole, Dec. 3, 1862 . 
married July 3, 1802, in Walpole (intention rec. June 22, 1803), 
Eunice, daughter of Seth and Sarah Smith of Walpole, born March 
7, 178.",; died Jan. 21, 1866. See Appendix for hiB very interest- 
ing autobiography written in his 8 1th year. 

Children, born in Walpole : 

521. i. Lyman Smith. 7 Oct. 23, L803 ; d. July 17, 1877. 

522. ii. Newell, May 29, L806; J. May 10, 1881. 

iii. Horace, Dee. 12. lsijs, a moulder and farmer; d. March 28, 
lss2 ; unmarried. 

523. iv. Ellis, Nov. 2. L810. 

524. v. Nathah I'i-iiik, March 30, isi:;. 

vi. Lowell Davis, Dec 23, 181 I ; d. Nov. 7. L817. 

525. vii. John Warben, May 28, 1817; d. Dee. 12. L861. 

viii. Eunice Mabia, A.ug. 17. L818 ; d. • Medfield, Dec 1. 1881 ; 
m. June I s . 1840, David, son of D. and Hannah Richardson 

12 



178 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Plympton of Medfield (b. July 9, 1811). "The third David 
successively to own the old Plymptou homestead in Medfield, 
where stood the old ' Block House ' against the Indians." 
[Wights.] 
Children, born in Medfield : 

1. Elizabeth Maria, May 23, 1841 ; m. May 15, 1862, 

William F. Guild, farmer, of Walpole (b. April 30, 
1851). 

2. David Edwin, Aug. 17, 1843 ; d. June 19, 1881, unm. 

3. Caroline Louisa, Dec. 9, 1846 ; m. Sept. 12, 1878, J. 

J. Demerritt of N. H. 

4. Frederic Ware, June 29, 1850. 

ix. Lowell Davis, Nov. 11, 1820 ; d. Feb. 9, 1825. 

x. Julia Leland, Jan. 27, 1822 ; d. Oct. 13, 1883 ; m. June 12, 
1851, Samuel C. Battles of North Bridgewater (Brockton), 
engineer (b. Dec. 14, 1823 ; d. April 10, 1894, killed instantly 
on R. R. at Avon, Mass.). 

Children, born in Walpole : 

1. Julia Etta, July 14, 1854 ; d. Jan. 9, 1863. 

2. Horace Chessman, April 30, 1858; clerk, m. Jan. 1, 

1885, Bertha Howard Mendall of Marion, Mass. (b. 
Aug. 31, 1858). 

3. Stella Louise, June 30, 1860 ; m. Sept. 15, 1886, James 

H. Mendall. 

4. Ellis Warren, July 6, 1862 ; leather dealer. 

xi. Sarah Ann, Aug. 5, 1828 ; d. July 1, 1858, N. Wrentham ; 
m. April 23, 1857, Silas Everett Fales, carpenter, Walpole 
(b. Aug. 10, 1828). 

Child : 

SarahWare, June 4, 1858; m. Aug. 31, 1897, George 
Lewis of Reading (b. Boston, Nov. 9, 1846). 

xii. George Henry, Dec. 29, 1829 ; d. March 15, 1832. 



260. 

Asa 6 (Nathan,* ffliphalet, 4 Menezer, 3 Robert*), born April 
15, 1780; died March 27, 1856; married Irene Clark, born May 
20, 1784, in Medway, where she died May 7, 1864, aged 80. 
Children : 

i. Asa, 7 Jan. 27, d. Jan. 29, 1805. 

ii. Clark, Jan. 26, 1806; d. Sept. 14, 1831, unm. 



H \ RE GENEALOGY. 179 



261. 



Duty 6 ( Olin ■r, i EHphalet, 4 Ebenezer, Robert*), born in 
Wrentham, April tft, r789j died June 29, L860, at Franklin, of 
"gall Btones." Parmer. He married Deo. 17, 1810, Olive, 
daughter of Col. Benjamin (who died in Brewer, Me., May 4, 
18^9) ami Abigail Kingsbury; she was born July -, 1779; died 
"widow," Dec. 8, t875, of "old age." 

Children, order not known : 

58JL. i. A i .r.i.i: r « >\ii.ki, t .lul\ 9, 1,8] 1. 

ii. Susan Merrill, d. aged 70; m. Edmand Hartshorn of Frank- 
lin. 

iii. George Richard, d. at Franklin ; nil from a tree and hurt his 
spine. 

532. iv. Lyman Stoddard, 1819, Milford, Mass. 

533. v. t ,n .i-.i.i; i Ad \m>. 
vi. I.«'\\ r.i.i., (1. young. 
vii. Wakui.n, (1. young. 



262. 

[SAIAH" (Oliver,'' Eliphalet,* Ebenezer? Robert 11 ); date and 
place of birth not known; died at Wrentham, .March 20, 1865, 
" son of Oliver and Betsey." He married Judith . [He was re- 
membered by L. L. W.]. 

Child : 

EJBSULA, 7 "of Isaiah and Judith," d. at Wr., May 24, 1862. 



263. 

Amos* (Joe?, 5 Elisha,* Ebenezer' Robert 7 ), born in North 
Wrentham, April 22, L185, "at 3 o'clock in the morning*; died 
April 25, 1832. He married first in Wrentham, dan. 1, 1807', 
Jemima Sanford. She died Dec. 21, 1808, aged 26. He married 
second, Jan. 5, 1813, at Mansfield (by Rev. Richard Brigge) 
Eunice Brainard Codding. She outlived him and married April 
18, 1833, Timothy [de. ' She died April L8, L875, aged 90 years. 

Children : 

i. Bannah, 7 Nov. 6, 1807; <1. April 11, 1809. 

ii. Samii i. Win ITON, Sept. 8, 1 < s 1 ■"» ; 'I row Bed in Providence River, 
Juue 17, 1832. 



180 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ill. Mart Emily, Sept. 25, 1817 ; m. Dec. 1, 1847, Henry Howard 

of N. Bridgewater. 
Children : 

1. Henry Wheaton, m. Mary Emma Pitts. 

2. Emily Ware, m. Joseph Dickinson. 

3. Bertha Codding, m. Horace A. Page. 

iv. Amanda Maria, May 3, 1827 ; m. Dec. 25, 1862, Rev. Franklin 
Davis. 
Child : 
Franklin Ware, 1867 ; m. Sept. 17, 1893, Mabel A. Bennett. 



264. 

Alvan 6 (Joel, 5 Elisha, 4 Ebenezer? Robert*), born in North 
Wrentham, April 17, 1790; died Sept. 19, 1852, at "3 o'clock in 
the morning." He married Polly, daughter of Samuel and Polly 
Williams, or P. Hooker. [L. L. W.] She died April 25, 1852. 

Children : 

i. Harriet Maria, 7 Sept. 1, 1820 ; m. Phineas Morse ; d. at N. 

Wr., Feb. 26, 1840. 
ii. Betsey, m. May 20, 1834, Julius C. Johnson of Medfield. 
iii. Eliza Ann. 



265. 

Timothy 6 (Timothy, 6 Timothy,* Robert, 3 Robert*), born in 
"Wrentham, Sept. 30, 1779 ; married June 10, 1798, Hannah 
Grant; resided at Boston; died there Dec. 20, 1822. 



266. 

Avery Sprague 6 (Timothy, 5 Timothy, 1 Robert, 3 Robert*), 
born in Wrentham, June 10, 1792; died March 31, 1838, at 
Otsego, Mich. ; married March 9, 1826, Amanda Kinney (or 
Kenney) of Salisbury, Vt. Graduated at Middlebury College in 
the class of 182 1 ; became a Congregational minister. Was a Home 
Missionary in Northern Vermont. 

Children : 

i. Sylvester Howard, 7 May 4, 1827. 

ii. Philander Kenny, 1830. 

iii. Timothy Lewis, Feb. 9, 1829 ; d. at 3 yrs. [1832]. 

iv. Amanda Paine, Oct. 10, 1833. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 181 

267. 

V Elia8« (ffliaa,' Timothy,* Robert,' Robert*), born in Wren- 
tham, Mass., Feb. 19, L782 ; died Nov. 24, L859, al St. Louis, 
Mo. Be married Nov. L3, L809, Abigail Leach, daughter of 
Giles and Mehitable Wilber. She died Sept. 8, L862. He M helda 
commission as ensign in 3d Beg. Enfantry, 2d Brig., 1st Div., Muss. 

Militia, in 1818." 
Children : 

^536. i. Edward Young, 7 Nov. 27, 1811 ; d. July 27. L877. 

ii. Adelaide Maria. Nov. 2, 1813; m. at Medfield, Dec 11, 1831, 
David Cobb of Boston. 

Children : 

1 . David, Jr. 

2. Adalaide, in. 1st, ( iarpenter ; m. 2d, II. S. Webster. 

Resides in Brookline. 

iii. Melinda Jane, Nov..'!, 1S1."> : d. .March 1. ISsi), a f New Orleans, 
La.; m. 1st, Lorenzo Dow Ware, No. 53S. He d. Nov. 11, 
1839. She m. 2d, in 1846, John How. 
For her Wan; children see No. 538. 

Children of John and Melinda Jane (Ware) How: 

1 . William Claflin, in Natchez, Miss. ; d. young. 
fo-*^. ! 2. Edward W.. lives in New York City. 

3. " St. Louis." " His father was mayor of the city, so he 

named his son after the city." Dead. 

4. John ; dead. 

536a. iv. Elias Henry, April 2, 1818. 

v. Abigail Leacii. Jan. 10, 1821 ; d. March 5, 1823, in Wr. 

vi. Polly Groves, May 19, 1823 ; m. June 23, 1844, Joseph A. 
Woodward. 



268. 

Preston 6 (Elia*, 1 ' Timothy,* Robert, 3 Robert?), horn inWren- 
tham, Sept. 24, 1 7 -S 3 ; died in Medway, May 7 or -lime 15, 1864. 
He married first in ISO"), Nancy Kay, Cumberland, R. I. She 
died Sept. 7, 1813, at Wrentham, in her " 27th " year. I [e married 
second, Dec. 11, L814, Electa Richardson of Medway; she died 
Sept. 3, 1S31, in he- " 1 1th yr." 

Children : 
537. i. Robert Galen, 7 Dec. 2, 1805. 



182 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ii. Elizabeth Eay, April 8, 1807 ; d. Dec. 30, 1872. " A lady 
of great excellence and much beloved by her kindred." [B. 
K. W.] ; unm. 

538. iii. Lorenzo Dow, July 10, 1809 ; d. Nov. 11, 1839. 

iv. Nanct, Aug. 28, 1813 ; d. Dec. 23, 1897 ; m. March 30, 1845, 

Cunliff. 

v. Mary Hayward, Dec. 25, 1816; living at Ashland, Mass., 

1898, unm. 
vi. Lecta Malvina Fitzlan (" Electa"), Wr., Jan. 13, 1820 ; 

m. Oct. 24, 1841, Edwin A. Forbush of Ashland. Kem. to 

Nashua, N. H. 
Children, born in Wrentham ; 

1. Sarah E., June 5, 1843 ; m. April 8, 1867, George S. 

Downs. She writes under the name of " Mrs. Georgie 
Sheldon " ; has been a regular contributor for some 
years to the New York Weekly, whose publishers 
have printed in book form a number of her stories, — 
" Brownie's Triumph," etc. 

2. Preston Ware, June 10, 1846. 

3. Edwin A., April 17, 1848. 

4. Flora D., Sept. 2, 1852 ; d. Feb. 28, 1888. 

5. Walter E., Dec. 28, 1854. 

539. vii. Preston, Aug. 13, 1821 ; * Feb. 1, 1890. 



269. 

James 6 (Elids,* Timothy,* Hobert,* Robei't 2 ), born in Wren- 
tham, Nov. 2, 1785 ; d. in Medfield, Dec. 19, 1865 ; buried in 
Maiden; married first, Dec. 16, 1810, Melenda Shaw White. She 
died July 15, 1816, aged 28, at Wrentham Centre. He married 
second, May 24, 1818, Eliza Pierpont, daughter of Joseph and 
Elizabeth (Pierpont) Pope* of Boston. She was born in Boston, 
Sept. 11, 1788 ; died in Medfield, Aug. 22, 1865. He was called 
"Ensign" in 1810, "Captain" in 1818. 

Children : 

i. Jane Melinda, 7 Wrentham, Aug. 3, 1812 ; d. May 12, 1816; 

bur. at W. Centre. 
540. ii. James, July 2, 1819 ; d. at Everett, April 11, 1883. 

iii. Emily, Wrentham, Aug. 17, 1821 ; lived at Springfield; died at 

Ashland, Oct. 9, 1888, aged 67 ; bur. at Everett. 

* March 1, 1833, James Ware administered on the estate of Joseph Pope (Medfield), 
at the desire of " a mother and three brothers and sisters, his next of kin." (Prob. her 
brother.) Paschal P. Pope d. Boston 1867, left a bequest to P. P. P. Ware, and desired 
to be buried in Boylston St. graveyard in the tomb of Joseph Pope and Benjamin Pier- 
pont, " where my mother was buried." 



\vw;e genealogy. 183 

541. iv. Paschal Paolj Pope, June 12, L820; <1. before 1888. 

542. v. Joseph <)., Nov. 7, L824 ; d. Nov. 8, l- '7. 

543. vi. Addison Pterpont, Aug. 27, 1829, a1 Bfedfield, " of James and 

Eliza ( Pope)" from Wrentham. 



271. 

Ephbaim Geoveb' (Mias t ' Timothy,* Robert* Robert?) ,bora 
in Wrentham, Aug. 25, 1791 ; died Nov. 8, L862; married May 
13, 1816, Sarah, daughter of Samuel and Sarah Coverley (born at 
Boston, Jan. 7, 1790; died dune 1870). 

Children : 
544. i. Samuel Coverly, 7 Boston, Aug. 12, 1818 ; (1. in Newton, 
ii. EPHRALM GbOVEB, <i. at Boston, num. 
iii. John- AVinsi.ow. d. March 81, 1894, a1 Foxboro. 
iv. Sarah Jane, Jan. 18, 1830; unm. ; d. Dec. 29, 1891, in E. Fox- 
boro'. 

273. 

Addison 6 (fflias,* TSmothy,* Iioho-f,' Unhi-rt"), horn in Wren- 
tham, Sept. 29, 1802 : died at Washington, D. C, Oct. 12, 1872. 
He married first, in 1831, Mary Eliza, daughter of Daniel and 
Tamsan Haynes ; she was born Sept. 7, 1807 ; died at Springfield, 
Mass., April 14, 1846. Ho married second, in 1847, Sarah II., 
daughter of Marian Smith ; she died at Springfield, duly 8, 1849, 
aged 33. He married third, Aug. 25, 1852, Hannah Phelps. She 
died in Greenfield in 1 8 '. ' T . 

Children : 
5 17. i. Edwin A., 7 Aug. 20, 1832 ; d. July 28, 1885, at Sweet Springs. 
548. ii. Addison, Feb. 22, L835 ; d. July 16, 1894, in New York. 
iii. William Henry, May 28, 1838; d. Sept. 17, 1840. 
iv. Annie I)., April L9, L841 ; m. Sept. 5, L883, John, son of John 
and Mary Barnes (b. May 3, 1838 ; d. Feb. 10, 1898). 

274. 

Samuel, Jr. 9 (Samuel*, Jonathan*, Robert', Robt rt*), born in 
Wrentham, June 25, 1784; died in Franklin, May 16, L861 ; 

married June 19, 1817 (in Franklin, by Rev. \. Emmons), Sally, 
daughter of Nathan and Sarah (Smith) Daniels, born in Franklin, 
June 1, 1789; died at Medway, Nov. 31, 1889, aged LOO years 

and 6 months. 



184 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Olive Daniels, 7 July 6, 1820 ; d. Oct, 24, 1897, at Fernandina, 
Fla. ; m. Dec. 4, 1845, Elisha Fisher (Elisha and Ruth (Fisher) 
Richardson of Fr., nurseryman. To Brentwood, L. I. [N. Y.?], 
1861. Ret. to Medway, 1884. 

ii. Samuel Gilbert, March 8, 1824; d. F., Oct. 12, 1826. 

iii. Sarah Smith, Nov. 12, 1828 ; m. April 26, 1856, Marcellus, son 
of Alanson or Alfred and Caroline (Wright) Woodward of 
Medway, b. Whitfield, Me. He d. Dec. 25, 1877. She lives in 
Medway in 1898. 
Children : 

1. Marcella, July 11, 1857 ; d. Jan. 5, 1859. 

2. Marcellus, Feb. 11, 1859 ; d. March 8, 1859. 

3. Sarah Marcella, Sept. 25, 1860 ; m. E. D. -Putney, 

Brentwood, L. I., July 5, 1881. 

4. Flora Elizabeth, Nov. 10, 1862. " Has been teaching on 

L. I. the past 3 years." (1886) [0. D. R.] LiveB 
at Medway. 

5. Preston Marcellus, Jan. 10, 1866 ; lives in Medway. 

6. Palmer Alfred, Oct. 15, 1867; lives in Medway; m. 

Julv 11, 1895, Annie Cotton. Lives at Franklin, 
1898. 

v. George, March 18, 1833 ; d. Sept. 25, 1833. 



275. 

Alfred 6 (Samuel,* Jonathan,* Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born in 
Wrenthara, July 9, 1786; died at Franklin, March 11, 1854. 
Carpenter. He married first, Dec. 21, 1815, Jemima, daughter of 
Jason and Mary Fisher of Franklin. She died Dec. 20, 1832. He 
married second, Jan. 28, 1851, Beebe, daughter of Josiah and Mary 
A. Draper, born in Attleboro' about 1797 ; died, a widow, May 3, 
1882, aged "86, 0, 1," of "old age"; buried at Attleboro'. He 
" lived on Franklin Road to Medway." 

Children, born in Franklin : 

i. Emeline, 7 Nov. 21, 1818 ; d. Dec. 1, 1839, unm. " She studied 
in the seminary at Oberlin, Ohio, about 1836 ; the next winter 
she went. to Canada as teacher of a colored school. Her labors 
and exposures were too much for her. The seeds of consump- 
tion developed so rapidly that she was obliged to return to 
Franklin. Though quite a disappointment to give up her life 
work her end was jDeace." [O.J 

ii. Alfred Fisher, 1820 ; d. in N. Y. about 1875. 

iii. James Edson, March 25, 1832; d. April 1,1834. 

iv. Edson, about 1859 ; d. about 1860. 



WABE GENEALOGY. 185 



270. 

Willard 6 (Samuel, 1 Jonathan/ "Robert* Robert ), born May 
27, L795 ; died abouf 1875 ; married Anna, daughter of Job and 
Sarah Green of Smithfield, K. I. She died Feb. L3, 1884, aged 
88, at Woonsocket, R. I . 

( Ihildren : 

550. i. Elias, 1 Franklin, L823. 

ii. Elizabi in. Newport, R. I.. 1825; m. Oct. 7, 1847, Obadiah 

K., bod of Reuel and I'.ct.-rv Johnson of Cumberland, K. I., 
"both 21." 

iii. Anna Maria, [1H27] ; <1. about 1883; m. Frank Manley of 

Woonsocket. 

iv. Thomas Monrok, 1828; d. in 1836. 

v. Sarah Green, 1830; lived in Bridgeport, Conn.; m. Dexter 

Collyer. 
vi. Martha, L835j iu. George Munroe, M.D. 

vii. Augusta, 1838; m. her brother-in-law, F. Manley, as his second 

wife. 

277. 

Pliny 6 {Asaph/ Henry/ Robert/ Robert" 1 ), born Dec. 31, 
1776; died July 9, 1862, at Montague; married June 26, 1804, 
Lucy, daughter of Elieha and Sarah Wright. She was born in 
Northfield, Mass., Jan. 13, 1778; died at Montague, Aug. 23, 
1863. 

Children : 

i. Mart B., t Wilmington, Vt.. April 13, 1805; d. Oct. 27, 1877, 

Jersey City, N. J. Dressmaker; unm. 
ii. Roxany. .\,,v. \:\ or 31, 1807 ; d. May or June 17, 1812. 
iii. Sopht, Xov. 13, 1809 ; d. May 30, 1812. 

551. iv. feupus [Montague?], Dec. 18, 1811. 

v. Henry, Montague, Sept. 26, 1814; d. Feb. 26, 1816. 

vi. Lucy, May 25, L818 ; d. June 13, 1856; m. April 17,1844, 

Capt Jonathan Carver Clary (b. Aug. 14, 1805 ; d. 1880), a 

captain of militia. 

^ hildren : 

1. Mart/ S. t Aug. 19, L846; m. Sept. 2, L876, Wayne, son 

of Aan.n' Butler (b. July L9, L848). Live at E. 

• Jamaica, Vt. 

2. EUen, Jan. 9, 1848; m. Jan. 1. 1879, Myron, son of 

William Sherwood (h. July 12, 1M7). Live at North 
Spencer or Hoosac, Tioga Co., N. V. ( 1898). 

552. vii. Pliny Clark, Montague, Oct. 3, 1820. 



186 WARE GENEALOGY". 



278. 

Ariel 6 (Asaph, b Henry,* Robert, 3 Robert"), born between 
Sept. 5, 1778, and Dec. 22, 1779. He married first, at Wilming- 
ton, Vt., Aug. 2, 1805, Hannah, daughter of Simeon (Hezekiah, 
Hezekiah, Hezekiah, Thomas, William) Chandler, born April 23, 
1782; died April 30, 1809. [Chandler Family.] "Lived and 
died Wilmington," Vt. He was a farmer, in the east part of the 
town. He married second, Sept. 16, 1809, Louisa Boyd. 

Children : 

i. Cynthea, 7 June 12, 1806 ; m. " on the first Thursday of 1829," 
Lucius Yale of Amherst, Mass. No children. 

ii. Julia, Oct. 13, 1807; m. May 10, 1830, Samuel Swan (b. June 
1, 1807), blacksmith, in Wilmington, Vt. 
Children : 

1. Charles; 2. Harvey, 3. Julia; 4. Lucius. 

553. hi. Chandler, April 30, 1809. 

iv. Adeline, Nov. 7, 1810 ; m. Daniel Farnum. 
Children : 

1. Mary; 2. Ariel. 

554. v. Schuyler, March 9, 1812. 

vi. Hannah, May 11, 1814; m. Dec. 3, 1840, Alvin Bruce. 
Children : 

1. Harriet ; 2. Louisa ; 3. George ; 4. Augusta B. Ware ; 
5. James. 

555. vii. Ariel, Jan. 19 or 20, 1816. 

556. viii. Charles' B., May 3, 1818. Living 1888, Wilmington, Vt. 
ix. Tryphenia, July 20, 1820 ; m. Feb. 29, 1844, Oliver Corse. 

Children : 

1. James ; 2 Chandler ; 3. Bertha ; 4. Edward. 



279. 

Asaph 6 (Asaph,* Henry, 4 Robert, 3 Robert"), born Feb. 25, 
1794; died April 11, 1879; married Pamela, daughter of Daniel 
and Lydia Nims, born Oct. 10, 1794 ; died Oct. 20, 1854. Farmer ; 
resided at Madison and Hampden, O. 

Children : 

i. Calvin, 7 Madison, O., June 21, 1820 ; d. Dec. 12, 1821. 
ii. Cynthia E., Madison, O., Nov. 23, 1822 ; hi. Henry Thorp. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 187 

( liildren : 

1. Sunt// ; 2. Alirr; .'{. Aihlir \ 4. /."■':' J 5. flfbrgf. 

556«.iii. Alfred, Madison, ()., Oct 23, 1824 ; d. Oct,, 1862. 
55Gb. iv. Edwin I,i wis. Hampden, I >., Sept 1">, L882. 

v. .M\i:v A.. Hampden, 0., July L, L835 ; m. Jan. 20, L862, Ezra, 
son of Bcra and Calista (Taft) Bidder. 
Child, born al Jackson, Linn Co., [a.: 

OZara, Jan. 20, L8G3; m. Jan. 24, 1884, Thomas, son of 

Cliristi.-ni: and Ellen (Henry) Noitert (b.June L2, 1863). 
Etes. near ( !oggon, la. 



280. 

Nathan, Jr. 6 {Nathan,* Ichaborf,* Robert,, 3 ftoberf), born in 
Wrentham, Sept. 24, 178*5; died March 20, 1852. Removed to 
Whitefield, Me. He married (int. Nov. 24, 1814) Nov. 2(5, 1814, 
Mary Bennrer of Pittston. She was born Sept. 12, 1790 ; died 
Sept. 29, 1848. 

Children, born in Whitefield, Me. : 

i. William, 7 Dec. 12, 1815 ; .1. Aug. 22, 1888. 

ii. Oris, Jan. 12, 1818; d. Oct. 0, 1848. 

iii. IIaktwkm,, April 5, 1820; m. at Pittston, Jan. 25, 1852, Julia 

i\I. White. 

iv. Cordelia, April 27, 1822. 

556c. v. Wesley, Jan. 18, 1825 ; <l. March, 1895, at Cambridge, Mass. 

vi. Sankord, Jan. 9, 1827. 

vii. Pi. iii; B., Ang. 8, 1829; m. (int. Nov. 1">, 1853) Mary A. 
White of Pittston. 



281. 

Everet" (Nathan? tchabbd, 4 Robert* Robert*), born April 
24, 1789, at Whitefield, Me.; carpenter; died kng. 18, 18G5 ; 
married Feb. 15, 1816, by Abraham Clioaic. .1. P., Margaret 
Partridge, born Nov. 5, 1799; died Sept. 15, 1877. 

Children : 

i. Mira G., 7 June 29, 1M9; m. (by Moses Donnell, ordained 
preacher) June "», 1 S 1 1, Benjamin Keen of Windsor. 
556rf. ii. Willabd William, Sept 2*1, 1824 ; d. .May 22, I 192. 

iii. Rifis, Jan. 2, L829. 
556<?. iv. Estui-.k Aw. April II, 1*:;| ; ,1. May IT., 1882$ ra. Dec. 1, 
1852, B. F. [abbey of Augusta. 



188 WARE GENEALOGY. 

v. Harriet L., Oct. 10, 1837 ; d. June 3, 1872 ; m. in Whitefield, 
Feb. 26, 1862, J. Q. A. Choate of Whitefield (b. Feb. 21, 
1832). 

Children : 

1. Nettie M, Sept. 27, 1862; m. Joseph Waterhouse ; res. 

Portland. 

2. Frank E., Oct. 20, 1864 ; res. Portland. 

3. Margaret A., Jan. 16, 1867. 

4. Joseph T. B., May 25, 1869. 

5. Isaac A., May 26, 1872 ; d. in infancy. 



282. 

Rufus 6 (Nathan, 5 Ichabod,* Robert, 3 Robert*), born at White- 
field, Me., Jan. 14, 1797; died March 20, 1854; married (inten- 
tions Jan. 28, 1826), Abigail Partridge of Whitefield. She sur- 
vived him and married second, Feb. 10, 1864, Nathaniel Bailey of 
Pittston, Me. 



283. 

Joseph 6 (Obed, 5 Ichabod, 4 Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born at White- 
field, Me., Feb. 24, 1788 ; died June 21, 1867 ; married Nov. 17, 
1815, Hannah, daughter of Nathan Ware, No. 126. She was born 
Aug. 26, 1795; died Oct. 2, 1865. 

Children, born in Whitefield, Me. : 
556/. i. Obed, 7 April 28, 1816. 
556^. ii. Nathan, 2d, May 27, 1818. 
556A. iii. Timothy, Oct. 26, 1820. 

iv. Lois W., Jan. 14, 1823 ; m. (int. Dec. 7, 1860) Abijah Miller 
of Whitefield (d. Sept., 1869). 

v. Melville O, July 15, 1825 ; d. March 20, 1874. 

vi. Joseph, Jr., Nov. 8, 1827. 

vii. Abigail P., June 6, 1830; m. (int. Oct. 8, 1860) William 
Brann of W. (b. June 11, 1823 ; d. Oct. 2, 1882). 

viii. Adaline B., Oct. 22, 1833 ; m. (int. Oct. 31, 1860) Daniel 
Blodgett of Whitefield. 
Child: 

Mattie L., Jan. 18, 1860 ; m. Dr. Caleb C. Libby. Res. E. 
Pittston, Me. 

ix. Hannah J., June 5, 1836; m. April 29, 1865, John Nash of 
Pittston, Me. 



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Children : 
1. William T., June 28, 18G6. 
8. Orrington ¥., May L6, L8 



281. 

Obed, Jr. 1 (Obed,* Tchabod,* Robert* Robert*), born Oct. 
5, 17 s ! 1 ; died April 3, 1816; married Mary, daughter of Jeremiah 
and Hannah (Tole) Norris. She died May ."), L824. 



284a. 

Benjamin 8 (ObeiL" Tch«hn<i: /,' .h*,-!? Robert*), born in White- 
field, Me., June 5, 1701; died June '!, L856; married first, May 
1, 1817, Sally Peaelee ofWhitefield, born Oct. 7, 1784; died Dec. 
5, 1842. He married second, May 18, 184 1, .Mrs. Mary Allen of 
Windsor, Mr. 

Children, born at Whitcfield : 

i. M lrt,' Oct 16, 1817; m. (int. June 15, 1839) Ira Heath, "both 

oi W." 
ii. Hawaii. March 12, 1819. 
iii. Ann. Nov. 20, 1820; .1. Nov., 1820. 
iv. Ezekiel, Dec. 26, 1821 ; d. Jan. 10, 1895. 
v. Lucia Lewis, March 1, 1823. 
vi. Elijah, May 1G, 1825. 



2846. 

David' 5 {Obed,* Tchabod, 4 Robert,* Robert' 1 ), born July 2, 
17«)t'»; died April 26, 1882; married (int. Nov. 23, 1822) Dec. 
29, 1822, Mrs. Elizabeth Hayward of Jefferson. 

Children : 

i. Mart Elizabeth, 1 Aug. 17. 1 8 25 : d. April 21. L852; m. Dec. 
29, 1847, Seth Boynton of Alna, Me. 
( hild: 

Mary Ma, Feb. 1. 1850; d. Feb. G, 1851. 

556*. ii. David, .Ik.. Sept. •-'•">, 1830. 

iii. Ai;i;i Potter, June 30, L832; .1. April 24, 1897; m. May 1. 
L856, John Sawyer, Cumberland, Me, 
( hildren : 

J. Reuben; 2. I furry; 3. Orrin ; 1. Alberta; 5. Anna. 



190 WARE GENEALOGY. 

556;'. iv. Obed, April 1, 1838 ; d. Dec. 3, 1894. 
55 6£. v. Philander Hart well, April 10, 1846. 

vi. Mellissa Jane, March 2, 1848 ; m. April 3, 1879, Ephraim 
Moore of Whitefield. Res. at East Newport, Me. 



286. 

Josiah Holbeook 6 (Joseph, 5 Ichabod,* Robert, 3 Robert' 3 ) , born 
in West Medway, Aug. 17, 1797 ; died at East Medway, May 16, 
1883 ; lived in Boston and East Medway. One of the oldest 
American builders of church organs, establishing a high reputation 
for his instruments. He married, May 17, 1827, Huldah Gayetty, 
daughter of Eleazer Hale, born in Boston, Aug. 27, 1807 ; died 
Aug. 14, 1876. 

Children : 

i. Mary Jane, 7 April 8, 1828, Boston; d. Jan. 28, 1861 ; m. Sept. 
7, 1856, Calvin Plimpton of Medway. Lived in Boston. 
Child: 

Mary Jane, Oct. 31, 1860; lives in Mollis. 

557. ii. William Goodrich, E. Medway, Feb. 17, 1832. 
iii. Emily Caroline, Aug. 27, 1836; d. June 3, 1838. 

558. iv. Augustus Lyman, E. Medway, Oct. 14, 1838. 

559. v. Marcellus Austin, Medway, Jan. 16, 1845. 



286a. 

Daniel Addison 6 {Joseph,* Ichabod,* Robert, 2 Robert*), born 
at Medway, March 27, 1799; died there March 15, 1868; married 
in Franklin, June 19, 1828, Lavina, daughter of Jesse and Lavina 
Thurston Miller of Wrentham ; born in Franklin, Nov. 28, 1807; 
died in Wrentham, April 7, 1852. Iron moulder. Lived many 
years in Sheldonville. Both members Baptist Church. 

Children : 

i. Lavina Miller, 7 Franklin, Feb. 27, 1829 ; d. Jan. 24, 1890 ; m- 
m. Nov. 27, 1845, Davis Thayer (b. Milford, Sept. 17, 1823; 
d. April 7, 1893), son of Laban and Joanna (Cook) Thayer. 
Residence, Franklin ; worker on straw goods. 
Children : 

1. Olive Adelia, 9 Cumberland, R. I., Oct. 20, 1846; m. 
Sheldonville, Mass., Jan. 16, 1871, Charles Samuel 
Rand (b. Dec. 7, 1848), son of David Anson and 
Harriet (Austin) Rand of Wrentham. No children. 



WAKi: 0BNBAL06T. 1 ( .*1 

2. Ifam'rt Ainr/ii/, Sheldonville, March 19, d, April 3, L849. 

3. Sumner Davis, Sept. 1, 1857. Travelling salesman ; 

in l ;. i~t ■ hi ; in. Jane 16, 1875, Josephine Brown Dfl 
Motl (b. Chelsea, Nov. L2, L856), daughter of Etufoa 
S. (b. Portland, Me.) and Bathsheba (Brown) D<- 
.Mutt (1). in Cap'' Elizabeth, file.) of E. Boston. 

ii. Daniel Addison, Wi-„ Sept 29, L882; d. Sept 26, 18 

iii. Rachel Ea ••. Norfolk, Aug. 9, L835 ; m. in Weyn th. 

March 5, L866, Willard Miller of Pr., ship and house joiner (b. 

Whitefield, Me^ Sept. 30, 1830; d. March 27, L888), son of 

Abijah Thurston and Betsey (Lermond) Miller. No children. 

iv. Olive Adelia, Sheldonville, April oi>, 18 1U; d. Sept. 11, 1811. 



287. 

Asa Blake 9 (Joseph, ' Tchaboci, 4 Robt rt, 3 Robert' 2 ), born March 
1, 1810; died Sept. 10, 1878; married Jan. 1, 1835, Catherine 

Slociun of Wrentham (sister of Mrs. Francis Turner Ware). She 
was born at Dover, Mass., Dec. 19, 1810; died at Atlanta, (ia., 
June G, 1887 ; buried at Norfolk, Mass. lie lived at North 
Wrenthain, Mass. and Norwich, Conn. 
Children : 

561. i. Edmund Asa, 7 Wrentham, Dec. 22, 1837 ; d. Sept. 15, 1885, at 
Atlanta, <>a. Pres. Atlanta University, 
ii. Emma Ca tiiakink, Wrentham, March 13, 1841. 



288. 

LYMAN Park 8 (Joseph,* Icha,bod,* Robert, 3 Robert-), born at 
Wrentham, May 12, 1812; died at Lowell, March 4, 1869 ; married 
March 27, L834, at Franklin, Clarissa Theresa Boyden of Fr., by 
Rev. Elam Snialley. 

Children : 

i. Parmelia A.. t Milford; m.Sept L2, I863,in Lowell, Ezra B. Aid- 
rich, aged 23 ( b. ( 'olebrook, N. 1 !.. about 18 l'i), son of llu>. ;k 
and Electa B. : M.I), iii Manchester, N. II. 

ii. Jii,i\ M. [1846], Lowell; in. June 1. lsr,:;, ;i t Lowell, <■ 
W. S. (John and Sarah) Adams, "he 24 ; she 17" (1-. Bs 
id, N. II.). Fanner, of Pittsfield, N. EL 



289. 

James 8 (JEbem zer, 1 Tchabod, 4 Rofo rt, It" 1 " rt* ), bum in Mans- 
field, Jan. 15, 1808 [Mansfield lice], Jan. 11, L807 [family]; 



192 WARE GENEALOGY. 

died Feb. 20, 1877, at Wrentham. He married first, Nov., 1831, 
Lucretia Maria Farnsworth ; she died May 17, 1838, in her 29th 
year, at Wrentham. [Gravestone at North Plain Cemetery.] He 
married second, Feb. 27, 1839 [Mansfield rec] or Oct. 8, 1840 
[family], Mary Lucinda, daughter of Amherst Ware, No. 190. He 
married third, Nov. 3 (family says 7th), 1859, in Wrentham, 
Harriet N., daughter of Israel and Lavinia Hall (b. May 28, 1830). 
They adopted Anna H. Ware, born Nov. 13, 1860. 
Children, born in Wrentham : 

i. Hakriet Elizabeth, 7 Dec. (31?), 1832 ; d. April 9, 1852. 
ii. Sarah Catharine, W., Jan 20 or 21, 1837 ; d. June 20, 1858. 
iii. Mary Emily, Oct. 8, 1841 ; m. May 3, 1861, George W. Vinton, 

Worcester, Mass. 



290. " 

Joseph 6 (Ebenezer,* Ichabod,* Robei't, 3 Robert 1 ), born in 
Mansfield, Aug. 14, 1809 ; died at Wrentham, Feb. 9, 1877 ; 
buried at Blake's Hill. He, " of Easton," married first, Dec. 16, 
1832, by Rev. Richard Briggs, Betsey White of Mansfield. He 
married second [Sept., 1842], Parmelia, daughter of Asa and Amy 
Bowditch ; she died Aug. 14, 1843, aged 29 years. (Valley Falls, 
R. I. rec, "Joseph Ware and Miss Parmelia Bowditch, July 4, 
1839.") He married third, Julia, daughter of Amos and Sarah 
Cheever; she died Nov. 20, 1878, in her 70th year. 

Children : 

i. Joseph Cyrus, 7 Nov. 20, 1837 or 1838 ; d. Sept., 1839. 

ii. William Joseph, Wr., July 12, d. Dec. 24, 1843. 

iii. Betsey, Nov. 24, 1845 (prob. d. same day, "infant daughter."). 

iv. Julia Melansa, April 3, 1847, in Wrentham; living in Plain- 
ville, Mass. 

v. Clara or Clarissa Maria, March 18, 1849, Wr. ; d. unm., 

Sept. 4, 1892. 

291. 

Timothy 6 (Ebenezer, b Ichabod, 4 Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born in 
Mansfield, Aug. 27, 1811, or Aug. 26, 1812; died Oct. 30, 1876; 
married May 1, 1836 or 1837, Esther Philenia Blackington. 

Children : 

i. Albert T., 7 March 20, 1837 ; d. at Wrentham, March or Nov. 
13, 1859. 

ii. Abby Philenia, Oct. 31, 1841 ; m. 1st, May 1, 1861, Bradley S. 
Miles (d. May 7, 1864). 



WARE 0ENEAL001 . 193 

Child: 
Frank A. B. Miles, Sept 25, 1862 ; d. Oct I. I 

She m. 2d, Jan. I, 1894, Nathaniel Emmona Metcalf (d. Nov. 
9, 1897). 

-. iii. George Bi ntlbt, March 11, 1846, Wr. 
iv. Emili M\ki\ Blackington', Wr., Oct 21, 1848; m. let, June 
20 or 22, 1870, John Heffron (d. Dec 16, 1870). Shem. 2d, 
II 21, 1874, J. Henry Fisler. 

Children : 

1. Alice Maria Caroline, Jan. 26, 1875. 

2. Frederic Henry Timothy, Jan. 23, 1876. 

3. Ada Philenia Ware, Dec 81, 1876; m. July 10, 1895, 

Albert Holden. 

I. Angeline Elvira, Nov. 7. 1*78. 

5. Harvey George Barden, Oct 7. 1881. 

6. Bertie Frank Hawes, -Ian. 5, 1885. 

7. Arthur Horace Bentley, Jan. 8, 1886. 

8. Angenette Lillian Frances, .March '.', 1>>«s0. 

9. Benjamin Harrison, Sept 24, 1890. 



293. 

Cyrus, Jr.* (Cyrus, 1 Tchabod, 4 Robert, 3 Robert'), born May 
12, 1806; shoemaker; married Eliza Eastman Cottrell (horn in 
Eastport, Me., Feb. 7, 1810; died at Holliston, Mass., May 31, 
L891). 

( Ihildren : 

563. 1. Edmund Richardson, 7 Wrentham, Sept. 26, 1834. 
ii. Mart Emeline, [.May 10]; .1. Nov. 21. 1840. 
iii. Julia Amanda, .May 10, L849 ; m. in New Bedford, July 19, 
]s77. Dr. George "W. Stearns (b. [leading, Vt, Dec. 25, 1814). 

Child: 

' /•'/■• Edmund, Holliston, Mass., Nov. 8, 1885. Living 
in Winchester, Ma 

iii. James Fran< is, Wrentham, June 17. 1842; d. in infancy. 



294. 

Thomas B. a (Cyrus,' Tchabod, 4 Robert, 3 Robert*), born in 
Wrentham, March 31, 1813; died in L897 ; married at Rutland, 
Oet. 30 or 31, 1837, Elizabeth Blake Ware, daughter of Amariah,' 

13 



194 WARE GENEALOGY. 

No. 258, born April 21, 1815 ; she died at Wrentham Nov. 23, 
1873. 

Children : 

i. Helen Elizabeth, 7 May 23, 1840 ; m. Nov. 25, 1869, Charles 
Lewis Morse (b. Sept. 3, 1838 ; d. July 16, 1873). No child- 
ren. She lives in Plainville, Mass. 

ii. Emma Jane, Dec. 14, 1844; d. unm. Dec. 21 or 22, 1868. 

iii. Isabel Blake, W., Sept. 1, 1854 ; d. Aug. 14, 1855. 



295. 

'Alfred 6 (Phinehas, 5 Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Robert 2 ), born in 
Franklin, Sept. 30, 1787; died at Franklin, Jan. 25, 1826, "soon 
after marriage." [O. D. R.] He married Ruth Wardwell (sister 
to wife of Erastus, No. 300). 



296. 

Philander 6 (Phinehas, 11 Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Robert"), born in 
Franklin, Nov. 12, 1789; died at Medfield, Nov. 18, 1844; 

married first, Clarissa ; she died Dec. 30, 1815. He married 

second, in Medfield, Oct. 14, 1817, Hannah Plympton of Medfield, 
born 1793; died 1853. [Plimpton Family.] She seems to be the 
Hannah Ware who married in Medfield, Feb. 20, 1850, Joel 
Everett. He lived in the " homestead." Of this house, Dr. Emmons 
said it was the " only one he knew large enough for two families." 
[Hist. F.j " Left no living children." [O. D. R.] 



297. 

Vinal 6 (Jason, 5 Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Robert 2 ), born at Union, 
Me., July 9, 1789; married Nov. 3, 1825, Lavinia Anthony, 
daughter of Matthias Hawes. 

Children : 

i. Harriet Miranda, 7 April 1, 1833 ; in. Oct. 20, 1857, William 
Moody Bobbins. 

Children : 

1. Herbert Ware, Aug. 18, 1859 ; d. Sept. 12, 1860. 

2. William Augustus, Oct. 12, 1862 ; d. Sept. 10, 1863. 

3. Harriet Lavinia, July 23, 1864 ; m. Nov. 1, 1887, 

Charles A. Reave, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

564. ii. Erastus, Sept. 27, 18 > 1. 



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298. 

Jabez" (Jason,* Jabez,* Michael,* Robert*), bora In Union, 
Me., July 3, 1798; married April 24, 182&, Chloe Titus, bora 
An--. 27, L803; died Dec. 26, L894. Resided at N <>rth|..,rt : died 
Dec. 1, L872 ; widow and daughter lwe m Efcockport, Me., 1889. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Sarah Matilda, 7 " Sept. 2$ r824; d. Oct L9, 1848, unm. 

ii. Rhobe Ann, .May 26, 1826; (1. July, 1864; m. M;u«h, 1855, 

Aaron Deal ; do children. 
iii. Chloe Elvira, June 26, L828 ; m. 1st. Aug. L 2, 1850, John K- 
Sawyer; he was killed al Gettysburg, .lnl\ 2, \**'>-'<. She m. 
2d, Sept. L6, L866, Benjamin K. Field, a war veteran, lied. 
March 13, 1-891. 
Children : 

1. Delarah E., Dec. 30, 1851. 

2. Charles R, Feb. 1. 1854. 

3. Frances .!., On. 24, 1857. 

4. Harriet A., July 1. I860. 

iv. Mart Miranda, Aug; 26, 1830; m. 1st) Sept. 27, 1850, Joshua 
Mnere; ho died. She m. 2d, Oct. 24, 1864, Eliaa B. Fo 
Went to Hampton, Annap. Co., X. S. No children; she d. 
April 11. 1899. 
v. Eliza Mansfield, Washington, Me., Feb. 9, 1833; d. June 22, 
1894; in. at Northport, Me., Oct. 12, 1849, Samuel Wright 
No. 658 in the Book of the Wrights), b. in Belfast, Me., Oct 
3, 1811. 
Children : 

1. Fred Alvah, Sept. 13, 1850 ; d. Sept. 10, 1888. 

2. Marietta, Nov. 20, L852 ; m. in Belfast, June 20, K73, 

Mason Levi Rblerson (b. May 20, 1850). 

3. Earn <>.. Feb. 27, 1854; m. in Belfast, Sept 20, 1873, 

Rufua Eliaa Seavey (b. in B., Aug. 29, 1852). 

4. Willis Edwin, Aug. 28, 1855. 

5. Annabel Hattie, April I. 1857 ; m. in B., Oct 19, 1878, 

G »rge Henry Forbes (b. April L3, L847). 
6; AbUe Lunette, June 6, 1859. 

7. George N - i, Oct 31, I860 ; m. May 30, 1885, Louise 
Maria Grady (b. May 30, L86 

Feb, L6, L863; m. A.ug. 18, 1884, Walter 
Everett Sargent 

Sept 15, 1866. 
10. Samuel /•'■ . S ■■ '• •"•. i SG8. 



196 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

vi. Catharine Hatch, Feb. 11, 1835 ; d. Sept. 25, 1892 ; m. June, 
1855, J. Q. A. Burroughs. 
Children : 

1. Lizzie, May 8, 1856 ; d. Dec. 25, 1858. 

2. Mary A., June 2, 1859. 

3. Juliette A., Nov. 26, 1860. 

4. Josephine C, May 27, 1868 ; d. March 20, 1897. 

5. Eiias Jabez, March 21, 1871. 

vii. Jason, Jan. 27, 1837. ( Lincolnville, Me., 1889). 

viii. Eunice Augusta, June 3, d. June 11, 1839. 

ix. Harriet Amelia, June 23, 1840 ; in. March 16, 1856? Fred. 

Flood ; she d. May 1, 1858. 
x. Horace Lorenzo, May 31, 1842 ; d. Sept. 18, 1863, in a rebel 

prison ; unm. 
xi. Jabez Gilbert, July 10, 1844. 



299. 

Benjamin Pond 6 (Amos, 5 Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Robert 2 ), born 
May 23, 1787; died June 24, 1816, in Franklin; married Sept. 
27, 1812, Susan Mawney of Hopkinton. 

Children, born at Franklin : 

568. i. Albert Pond, 7 Aug. 3, 1813 : d. Nov., 1880. 

569. ii. Charles Mawney, Aug. 23, 1815. 



300. 

Eeastus 6 (Amos, 5 Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Robert*), born Oct. 16, 
1788; died May 5, 1865; married at Paxton, March 14 or May 
12, 1813, Clarissa Dillaway Wardwell, (Paxton), born Nov. 10, 
1791 ; died May 5, 1855 or March 5, 1864. Eesided in Salem and 
Marblehead. 

Children, all born in Salem except Harriet : 

i. Clara W., 7 Jan. 19, 1814 ; d. April, 1887 ; m. April 26, 1839, 
Joseph Rose (d. July 27, 1896) ; living in Salem ; now in 
Marblehead. 

Children : 

1. Stephen Curtis, captain in Civil war ; in. May Helen, dau. 

of B. P. Ware, No. 571 (q.v.). 

2. Joseph, d. young. 

3. Clara Ware, d. young. 





in. 




iv. 




v. 


571. 


vi. 




vii. 




viii. 


.72, 


i\. 




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WARE GENEALOGY, 197 

ii. Catharine P., Nov. 20, L815; m. Jan Kennedy Cool 

Salem, printer. He d. at Andover, L884. She was living in 
St Louis, Mo., in 1885, and in Chicago, 111., in l ~ ;|S . 

Child: 
Kate, in. Charles Fred. Fos er, C. E., of Andover; res. in 
Chicago, 1898. "He was mechanical engineer-in-chief 
at Chicago fair in 1 893, and at Atlanta Ex., 1895." 

A i ..i si \, Sept. 11 : (1. Sept. 23, 1817. 
Bora< i . Aug. 26, L818; d. Oct. 15, 1819. 
Hora< i. .May II. L820, Salem ; d. May 2, L891. 
Bi njamin P., April 9, 1822. 
Erasti a 1).. Oct. 7. 1824 : d. Oct. 26, 1826. 
Emili A.. May 31, d. Dec. 29, 1827. 
Erasti a D., Feh. 11, 1831 ; d. April 2, 1897. 
Harriet Augusta, Ma\ 28, 1833; d. Jan. 20, 1879; m. 
Edward T. Wardwell (d. Jan. 25 or 26, 1880). 



301. 

Amos, Jr.' {Amos, 6 Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Roberf), horn at Pax- 
ton, June 28, 1791; died there Sept. 11, L857. Be married, 
April 1, L819, at Fitchburg, Mary, daughter of AJbijah and Emma 

Goodridge, born in 1793 ; died April 22, 1879, "$i, 1, 12." 

( Ibildren : 

i. Mart,' Aug. 30, 1820; d. Feb. 23, 1824. 

573. ii. Daniel Leander, May 15, L823 ; d. Nov. 1. 1887. 
iii. Martha <;., Dec. 3, 1824 ; d. Dec. 14, 1825. 

iv. Martha Ann. .May 23, 1827; d. Aug. 22,1836. 

574. \. Benj \min- F., April 3, 1835 ; d. Dec. 5, 1877. 



302. 

Hokam/ ( Amos-,* ,Jnh. : ,* Michael 3 Robert'), born in Frank- 
lin, Oct. 21, 1793; died at Salem, Aug. 10, 1881; married in 
Paxton, I >(■<■. 2, 1819, Alice II. Davis, born Jan. 21, 1797; died 
July 1 9, 1876. Resided at Salem. 

( 'liildrcn : 

. r »7."». i. Erasti - Davis,' Dec. 16, 1820; d. Dec. 5, 1891. 

ii. Martha H., Oct 28, L822; d. unm. Nov. 80, 1884. 
57G. iii. Horace Cornelius, June 8, 1 325. 



198 WARE GENEALOGY. 

iv. Sarah, Dec. 30, 1827 ; living unm. 1885. 
577. v. Alfred F., Feb. 22, 1830. 

vi. Alice T., Feb. 11, 1833 ; d. Aug. 25, 1834. 
vii. Alice Tryphosa, July 14, 1835 ; m. Nov. 27, 1855, Israel D. 
Cole of Salem (b. Sept. 4, 1831 ; d. Sept. 26, 1870). 
Children : 

1. Samuel, Dec. 15, 1856; m. Dec. 4, 1878, Mary E. 

Webber of Beverly (b. June 15, 1856). 

2. Alfred Dodge, Dec. 18, 1861 ; m. June 18, 1889, Emily 

Boardman Downer of Granville, Ohio (b. Jan. 21, 
1865). 

3. Leland Howard, Dec. 29, 1863, at Rutland, Vt. ; m. 

Nov. 6, 1888, Mary Abby Koundy of Beverly (b. 
Sept. 25, 1861). 



[The following should have been inserted under No. 133, on 
page 127.~\ 

Miranda, 6 daughter of Amos, 5 and sister of the foregoing, married, as his 
second wife, June 25, 1822, Harvey Woodward of Franklin (b. Sept. 
17, 1794; d. Feb. 19, 1856). 

Children of Harvey and Miranda (Ware) Woodward : 

1. Abigail Crane, April 8, 1823; d. Oct. 19, 1886, Paxton ; m. 

Francis Keep. 

2. Miranda Ware, Jau. 10, 1824; d. Feb. 28, 1849, at Paxton; m. 

John James Day. 

3. Amos Harvey, Oct. 7, 1827 ; d. Sept. 2, 1832. 

4. Charles Alfred, Oct. 8, 1830; d. Aug. 14, 1897; married. 

5. Harriet Elizabeth, Sept. 12, 1833 ; d. 1873 ; married. 

6. Albert Erastus, May 14, 1836 ; married; son of Edward M. Wood- 

ward, Worcester. 

7. Mary Frances, June 8, 1844 ; d. Oct. 14, 1896 ; m. Silas F. Davis. 



303. 

Lewis 6 (Abiel, b Michael,* Michael, 3 Robert 2 ), born Jan. 25, 
1779 ; died in Keene, N. H., in 1832. He was a physician ; re- 
sided at Cumberland, R. I., Westminster and Winchendon, Mass., 
and in Richmond, N. H. Buried in Newfane Hill, Vt. He married 
Oct. 9, 1803 (rec. at Newton), Matilda Morse, born in Sturbridge, 
Mass. [Dec. 14, 1783] ; died Oct. 10, 1853, at Gardner, Mass., 
w ag. 69. 9. 26." 



WARE <;i:neai.O<;y. 199 

Children : 

i. Ar.Mi: Kaski i i., T April I I. 1805, Cumberland, R. I.. "«f L«jwis 
Wan: and Matilda bis wife, their firsl son ": d. young. 

ii. Ri i i s Jan. 80, l s " s . •• their Becond -",,,"' .1. young, tram. 

iii. i.i, ^ l'., 1810; d. ai Westminster; m. 1st, William Jones of 
Wardsboro', Vt. Divorced. She m. 2d, Dennis Gates at West- 
minster. She in. 3d, Leonard Mossman of Aahburnham. 

580. iv. sn phi n V., L812, Winchendon; d. Dec. 22, L893. 

581. v. Lewis, Cumberland, R. I. [Nov. 22, L816]; d. at Fitchburgh, 

Blarcb 22, 1873, 56. I. 

582. vi. Swum. Morse, Winchendon, May 13, 18l8; d. at Eureka, 

Kansas, March 20, 1S'J5. 



309. 

Jabez* (Michael,* Michael, 4 Michael,' Robert*), married 
Fanny Monson (sister of KichardV wife Roxana). 

Children : 

i. Horace, 7 is said to have gone to Minnesota about 1866. 
ii. Marcus. 

iii. Leanber. 
iv. WlELARD. 
v. Mart, m. Mr. Doty (2d wife). 

Child: 

Mary Adelia, m. Kent. Living near Providence, R. I. 

vi. Ruth. 

vii. AXMTRA. 

viii. l\i'\vi \ \. 

ix. FrANi 

x. LuTHERA. 

xi. FWNY. 



313. 

Manttj 6 (James,* Michael, 4 Michael,' Robert*), 
Child : 
589. Kendrk k.~ 



200 WARE GENEALOGY. 

317. 

Frederick Hoffman 6 (Frederick* Jonathan, 4 Jonathan* 
Robert 2 ), born Dec. 4, 1790, at Pomfret, Vt. ; died Jan. 25, 1878 ; 
married first, Dec. 4, 1811, Hannah Conant, born Dec. 13, 1791 ; 
died Nov. 9, 1821. He married second, Abigail Gilbert, who was 
born Sept., 1795, and died April 29, 18G4. Resided at Pomfret, 
Vt. 

Children : 

i. Betsey, 7 Jan. 21, 1818 ; living 1898 near N. Williston, Vt. ; m. 
Dec. 7, 1836, Watrous Thompson of Jericho, Vt. ; he d. May 
1, 1871. 
Children : 

1. Amy M., Oct. 15, 1839 ; m. Feb. 2, 1870, 8. Warren. 

2. Perry S., Nov. 10, 1841. 

3. Henry W., June 8, 1845 ; d. at Burlington, Vt. 

4. Charles W., April 29, 1847 ; m. Daphne Kemp. Lives 

at New Decatur, Alabama. 

5. Frederick, June 24, 1849 ; d. March 21, 1865. 

6. Lucy A., Oct. 12, 1852 ; d. Jan/31, 1873. 

7. Mary J., May 27, 1856. 

ii. Marshall, lived eight months, 

hi. Edwin, Aug. 8, 1823 ; d. Sept. 11, 1891. 

591. iv. Henry, Feb. 12, 1825. 

v. Hannah, April 22, 1827 ; living in Amesbury, Mass., 1898. 

vi. Mary, 1829 ; d. at 2 years. 

vii. Jason, Aug. 28, 1835 ; d. July 21, 1862 ; d. in Civil War. 



318. 

Horace" (Frederick, 6 Jonathan,* Jonathan? Robert 2 ), born 
in Pomfret, Vt., Jan. 22, 1793 ; died Aug. 1, 1881 ; married first, 
April 9, 1823, Persis Chase, born Oct. 25, 1794, died Dec. 1, 
1859. He married second, Jan. 2, 1861, Martha W. Marsh; she 
died Oct. 2, 1882. 

Children : 

i. Horace Everett, 7 Jan. 1, 1824. 

ii. Caroline, Nov. 20, 1826. 

iii. Harriet Isabelle, Feb. 6, 1828; d. May 1, 1832. 

iv. Charles, July 24, 1830 ; d. Sept. 17, 1833. 

v. William Henry, Sept. 18, 1831. 

vi. Emily, Feb. 1, 1836. 

vii. Lucy, June 28, 1838 ; d. Feb. 18, 1841. 



\\ \i:i: GENE ULOGY. 201 



319. 

Leonard 6 (Frederick, 1 Jonathan,* Robert* Robert*), born 
July 16, L801, atPomfret, Vt. j died there Jan. If, 1888; married 
March L8, 1828, Nancy Ami Thomas, born March 17, L804; died 
April I, L881. (She was a daughter of Nathan Thomas, who \ 
horn at Middlebury, Mass., .Ian. I, L763, and of Rebecca Mayo, born 
at Chatham, Mass., Aug., 1771 : they were married at Woodstock, 
Vt., July 8, 1790. Nathan Thomas, died at Woodstock, .March 
17, 1813; Rebecca at Stowe, Vt., Aug. 5, L831). 

Children, born at Pomfret, Vt. : 

i. Barriet V.: Jan. 23, 1829; d. Nov. is. L859 ; m. May 20, 

1859, Hosea Doton (d. -Ian. 17, L886). 
ii. Kmii.y, .Ian. :.'•'!. L830 : d. num. 
.V.i."». iii. Carlos I... May 5, L832; d. July 1, L886. 
5%. iv. William Walla< e, I >>•,■. 22, L833. 

v. .Ii ii \ R. M.. An-. 10, 1837; in. M.hin II. Mill- r, son of Crosby 
and Orphia (Hewitt) Miller, b. Aug. 1 I. L861, in Woodstock. 

Children : 

1. William Ware, Nov. 11. L864; m. Sept. 2, L896, Alice 

Phillips of Woodstock, Vt. 
_. Laura, Oct. 9, L867 ; d. .March Id. 1873. 
3. Crosby, Maj 11. L869 ; d. Feb. 22, 1874. 



321. 

Paul 6 (Paul,* Jonathan,* Jonathan, 2 Robert 3 ), bora in Wren- 
tham, Nov. 13, 1791; married Mahala Gardner of Swansea. 

( Ihildren : 

i. I. \ \v i o\," d. iinin. 

ii. Paul. 

iii. A daughter, m. John Mnnroe of Fall River. 



322. 

Jonathan 8 | Paul,' Jonathan,* Robert,* Robert*), born March 
8, 1797; died June 6, 1877; married April 28, 1831, Marj Ann. 
daughter of Edmund and Ann (Minn-) Tileston of Dorchester, who 
was horn May 29, L805, and died .May 22, L881. 



202 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children, born in Milton : 
599. i. John Fisher, 7 April 7, 1832. 

ii. Susan Minns, March 21, 1834 ; d. unm. Feb. 20, 1892, in Mil- 
ton, 
iii. Mart Ann Tileston, Feb. 17, 1836 ; d. May 5, 1886, in Dor- 
chester ; m. June 10, 1862, Asaph, son of Asaph and Mary 
(Gardner) Churchill of Milton (b. April 20, 1814 ; d. Nov. 29, 
1892). 
Children : 

1. Winslow Ware, July 5, 1873. 

2. Richard Gardner, Nov. 6, 1874 ; d. young. 

iv. Edmund Tileston, Feb. 27, 1838 ; d. June 12, 1839. 

v. William, Jan. 3, 1840. 

vi. Sarah Elizabeth, Sept. 4, 1842 ; d. April 16, 1844. 

vii. Horace Everett, Aug. 27, 1845. 



324. 

Leonard 6 {Paul, 5 Jonathan,* Jonathan, 3 Robert 2 ), born in 
Wrentham, Sept. 1, 1805; died at Dorchester, Nov. 27, 1888; 
married in Boston, May 25, 1837, Sarah Anne, daughter of Thomas 
and Susan Cunningham (Mitchell) Minns, born in Boston, Feb. 12, 
1816 ; died at Roxbury, Dec. 16, 1884. 

Children : 

i. Anne Minns, 7 Boston, May 18, 1838 ; d. Nov. 4, 1852, at Rox- 
bury. 
Leonard, Jan. 28, 1840. 
Moses Everett, Aug. 4, 1841. 
Thomas Minns, May 25, 1843, B. 
Charlotte, April 22, 1845, Roxbury; d. Jan. 29, 1860. 
Francis, Feb. 11, 1847, Roxbury. 

606. vii. William Minns, April 20, 1849, Roxbury. 
viii. Harriet, May 12, 1850, Roxbury. 

607. ix. Charles, June 4, 1853, Roxbury. 

x. Mary Brastow, March 8, 1856 ; m. in Roxbury, Dec. 31, 
1879, Charles W. Riddle. 

Children : 

1. Lincoln Ware, Oct. 17, 1880. 

2. Priscilla, Dec, 1887. 



602. 


ii. 


603. 


hi. 


604. 


iv. 




v. 


605. 


vi. 



WARE QBXEALOGY. 203 

326. 

John" (Jonathan,* Jonathan,' Jonathan,* Robert*), born Jan. 
18, 1798; died .March 3, L825-; married Feb. L9, L822, Eunice 
Emily Smith. 

Child: 

Km i i.v Smith, 7 April 27, L823. 



329. 

IIi:\ky' ; (Cyrus,* Jonathan, 4 Jonathan, 3 Robert*), born in 
Montpelier, Vt., Oct. 7, 1815; died at Cincinnati, <)., Aug. 25, 
1885; married in L847, [sabella Shipley, daughter of Hon. Isaac 
Johnson of Virginia. They had four children, one of whom was 
living in 1885. 



331. 

CoitYDON 6 (Melatiah* Melatiah? Jonathan, 9 Robert*) born in 
Wilmington, Vt., Nov. 21, 1804; died March 5, 1874; married 
dan. 2!», 1836, Roxalana Sheldon Mctcalf of Brattleboro'. 

Children : 

i. LOAlon Augustus, 7 Dec. 7, 1838; d. Sept. 19, 1887, aged 49, 

at Brattleboro', Vt. 
ii. Jonas Pobrista-LL, Dec. 24, 1S40; d. in the army, Feb. 21, 

L863, aged 22. 

iii. IIok.vtio Corydon, April 13, 1842 ; d. May 5, 1886, aged 44. 



332. 

Mi:i..\T! \n' {Mhii'mli, Melatiah* Jonathan? /uJ,ert 2 ),horn 
at Wilmington, Vt., Aug. 4, 1807; died there July 7, 1877; 
married Harriet S. Dennison. 

Children : 

Gil. i. Fk\n< i- Ni \v< omiv May 13, 1*40. 

ii. ELLEN A.1 '.i 9TA, May BS, 1844; m. Murray Harris. 

Child : 

Edward M. 

612. iii. C'nvKM- IIi.nkv, April I-"., 1850. 

iv. SUSAN Ami t.i\. July 81, is."..". : m. Geor_" W. Efiaston. 

613. v. Frederic I.. 



204 WAEE GENEALOGY. 



333. 



Horatio Gates 6 (Melatiah, 5 Melatiah, 4 Jonathan, 3 Robert 2 ), 
born in Wilmington, Vt., Dec. 19, 1811; married Caroline -Jefi- C^ev/iv. 
sings. Living, 1888, at Newark, N. J. 

Children : 

i. Henry M. 7 
ii. Mary J. 
iii. Edward. 
iv. Horace. 
v. Harriet. 
vi. Walter. 



336. 

Daniel Leonard, Jr. 6 (Daniel L., b Melatiah, 4 Jonathan, 9 
Robert 2 ), born in Boston, Jan. 24, 1819 ; married first, April 20, 
1842, Mary Bragg Keniston (born at Newburyport). He married 
second, Jan. 8, 1879, Adelaide Louise Wyman (born at Baltimore, 
Md.) Resides in Boston; with Adams Express Co. in 1885. 

Child : 



618. i. Albert Cuaffin, April 30, 1851 ; d. Oct. 18, 1873. 



337. 

William Horatio (Daniel L.,'° Melatiah, 4 Jonathan, 3 
Robert 2 ), born in Boston, Sept. 6, 1823 ; an apothecary in Boston 
in 1885. He married April 7, 1849, Mary Sophia Potter (born 
Jan. 12, 1828, Eastport, Me.). 

Children : 

i. Mary Elizabeth, Jan. 31, 1850 ; d. April 2, 1857. 
ii. William Henry, May 20, 1851. 

iii. Minna Louise, Aug. 3, 1857 ; m. Sept. 28, 1874, George C 
Tewksbury. Res. at Arlington Heights. 

Children : 

1. Alice Norine, Jan. 20, 1876 ; d. Sept. 29, 1876. 

2. Roscoe Nichols, Feb. 22, 1877 ; d. Aug. 4, 1877. 

3. Ethel Ware, July 29, 1878. 



\v \i:r. GENE kLOOT. 205 



:;:;*. 



Abel 8 (Abel, 1 Ephraim, 4 Ephraim,' Ephraim'), bora "in 
Plantation No. 1, let Range Wesl Kennebec River (now the town of 
Concord), Mi'., Sept. 11, 1798; removed t" Athens, Me., Oct. 
28, 1817. Removed to Waterville, .Me., thence t" Portland, Me., 
thence to Salem, N. V., thence to Anson, Me. ; last removal April, 
is si;." [A. II. W. | "He assisted hi- ancle John in his Btore al 
Norridgewock and afterwards sel up business for himself al Ath< 
Here he remained in trade till L850. He -pint ten pears, less three 
months, in Washington employed in the Treasury Department." 
lie married May 6, 1824, Elizabeth Ross, daughter of Dr. Samuel 
Thomas of Portland (bora March 12, 1803; died at Salem, Wash- 
ington Co., N. V., April 20, 1882). lie died in North Anson, 
Me., May 27, 1889. 

Children, bora in Athens : 

i. IIknuv J.. 7 May 21, 1825 ; d. June 28, 1847. 
620. ii. A i eh rt II.. An-. 7, 1827 , ,1. April, 1893. 

iii. Maki T., Aug. 1<>, 1829. Rem. to Salmi, X. Y. 

iv. ELIZABETB ROSS, Sept. 7, 1831 : d. in Sal. 'in. N. Y., Aug. 21, 

1885; in. Dec. I. 1852, Dr. John Lambert of Salem, N. V. 

(b. Alfred, York Co.. Me.; Bowd. (nil. .M.I). 185 2 and Eon. 

A.M. 1889; rider in 1'res. Ch. and trustee of Washington 

Acad., Salem). 

Children : 

1. Elizabeth Ware, April 1, 1864. 

■>. (Maries Edward, Aug. 24, 1866 ; grad. Bell. Med. Coll., 
N. Y.. class <>f L893 ; m. Grace E. Sedfield of Johns- 
ton a, N. V. 

3. William Peasler, May 29, 1870; merchant, Albany, X. Y. 

v. Jam. T.. Oct. 19, 1833 ; d. Aug. 30, 1864, In Salem, X. Y. 

.. vi. FR] i.i ri< S N.. Jan. 7. L836. 

Vii. RANDO] rn A.. March If,. 1838: d. March 31, L8 
viii. Emmy M., June l.'J, I8ln ; ni. Charles Oxnard, and lives in 
Portland, Me. 
i'.-22. ix. Edwabd HoRA< B, July -'7, 1842 ; d. Aug. 13, 1878. 



339. 

John* (Abel, 1 Ephraim, 4 Ephraim,' Ephraim* ), born D< 
1801, in Concord, Me. : lived in Athens, Me. : removed to Wi 

villc. Me.; died there Oct. 8, 1877. He married Jan. 5, L842, 
Sarah Maria Sent t of Yarmouth, Me. (horn July 11, L814; died 



206 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

at Waterville, Oct. 24, 1895). She was greatly respected through- 
out the State of Maine and elsewhere for her beautiful character and 
charitable deeds. Mr. Ware was a merchant in Athens, 1829— 
1857 ; president Androscoggin and Kennebec R. R. (now assimi- 
lated with Maine Central) ; president People's Bank, and later of 
Merchants National Bank of Waterville ; an able financier, of high 
repute for integrity. 

Children, born in Athens, Me. : 

623. i. John, Jr., 7 Oct. 12, 1842. 

624. ii. George Homer, July 4, 1844. 

iii. Henry Scott, April 16, 1846 ; d. Nov. 9, 1895. 

iv. Frank, Sept. 12, 1847 ; d. Sept. 19, 1862. 

v. Sarah Maria, Feb. 18, 1850 ; d. Oct. 13, 1851. 

vi. Ella Maria, March 25, 1852 ; lives in Boston in 1898 ; m. 

April 6, 1876, Charles H. Smith of Portland (d. Aug. 11, 

1885). 

Children : 

1. Marie Ware, March 23, 1877. . 

2. Helen, Feb. 18, 1882. 

3. Karl P., March 1, d. March 21, 1891. 

625. vii. Edward, May 14, 1854. 



340. 

David Edmund 6 (Samuel, 5 Jonathan,* Robert* Ephraim*), 
[born in Leominster, Jan. 22, 1823] ; died Nov. 20, 1884, at Lowell, 
Mass., "61, 10, 0." [Lowell rec] Married first, Sarah Park- 
hurst (pronounced Parkiss) ; she died "Oct. 30, 1846, aged 24 
yrs., 2 mos." [Fitchburg record.] He married second, at Nashua, 
N. EL, Nov. 25, 1863, Mrs. Lillie Pierce (Shattuck) Dinsmore of 
Nashua, N. H. 

Children : 



i. Sarah E., 7 Oct. 24, d. Oct. 29, 1846. 
ii. Frederick Edmund, July 29, 1866. 
iii. Lillie Anna, May 25, 1869. 



341. 



Abel c (James, 5 Jonathan, 4 Robert, 3 Ephraim*), born in Fitch- 
burg, Dec. 26, 1804; died in Townsend, March 7, 1880; married 
first, July 10, 1825, by Daniel Damon, Mary Bradstreet Bailey of 



w aim-: <;i:m:\i.(x;i . 207 

Lunenburg, horn Jan. 30, 1804; died March 10, 18G3. II- 
married Becond, \\i-I->\\ Theresa Hblden. 
( bildreo : 

i. Ai-.i.i. 15i:n.i\min-. 7 Fitchburg, July -2.1, L826; -I. Sept 5, 1826. 
627. ii. A i-. r: i . .ii;.. Fitchburg> Sept. 16, 1827. 

iii. Mari Ann* Townsend, Feb. 2, 1830; iii. .Inl\ •'-. L849, James, 
-hi of Ralph and Alpha Bang of Shirley ; he "aged 28/' she 
19. II-- ia a tanner ; lives In \V. Townsend, L897. 

Children: 

1. Mary Elizabeth, Sept. 3, 1850; d. Maj 5, L852i 
■_'. James, Jr., June 1:.'. 1852 ; lives at W. Townsend. 
3. Ma Maria,Ja,n. 2, L854 ; m. Feb. 25, 1875, G orge W. 

( lapp. 
1. William Daniel, Jan. 1 1, L856 ; lives at West Townsend. 

5. Abel Wares, Dec. L9, 1857 ; m. Estelle E. Wbrden, Nov. 

25, L880. Lives at W. Townsend. 

6. Lettie Belle, Sept. 8, I860; m. Arthur B. Xickerson. 

Lives at Maplewood. 

7. Carrie B., Jan. 31, 1863 ; <1. Jan. 2 1. 1892. 

8. EKza Stella, Sept. 21, 18G6. 

! Charles Henry, Aug. 1, 1808 ; d. May 7, 1881. 

Daniel, July 26, 1832. 

Levi, Feb. 21, 1835. 

Samuel, Dee. 28, 1837. 

Eliza, May 22, 1840; m. Oct. 28, L862, Benjamin II. (Reuben 
and Susan) Billings (b. al Fitchburg, Mass. [1840J. lies, at 
Simpson, Mitchell ('->., Kansas. 

Children : 

1. Orrice MMe Ii., June 27, 1863. 

2. Livingston A., Fell. 7. 1865, at Oakham. 
.;. Fred .1.. ().-!. 7. L866, at Oakliam. 
I. Flora .1/.. Nov. 17, 187'.», at Webster City. Iowa. 

viii. David, Dec. ''-. 1842.; '■'>'■> Reg. Mass. Vol. ; fatally wounded at 
Lookout Mountain (Raccoon Ridge), Oct 29, I" 

ix. James, Townsend, March 13, 1845; -I. Aug. 21. 1862, hy the 
[dental discharge of a gun in his own hai 



312. 

(James?) Lomng' {James, 1 Jonathan,* / Ephraim*), 

born July L9, L809, at Leominster; died in Townsend, March 7. 
1871; carpenter. He was buried al Fitchburg. 





iv. 


629. 


v. 


630. 


\i. 




vii 



208 WARE GENEALOGY. 



343. 



George 6 (James, 6 Jonathan, 4 Robert, 3 Ephraim*), born in 
Leominster, Jan. 18, 1811; (1. March 20, 1893; married first, 
March 27, 1841, Lydia Nichols. She went away in May, 1864, 
and never came back. He married second, Jan. 7, 1869, Laurelia 
Pratt (born in Germany; died Jan. 28, 1893), daughter of Brig- 
ham and Laurelia (Supernat) Daggett, aged 45 ; both of Fitchburg ; 
married in W. Townsend. 
Children : 

i. George, 7 Nov. 25, 1844 ; d. May 14, 1864. 

ii. James, March 10, 1840; d. July 15, 1847. 

iii. Nelson, Nov. 12, 1848 ; d. Aug. 23, 1848. 

iv. Jane M., April 11, 1849. 



344. 

William 6 (James, 6 Jonathan, 4 Robert 3 Ephraim 2 ), born at 
Leominster, June 7, 1818 ; married Oct. 28, 1845, Lucy A. Carey, 
born at Shrewsbury, July 18, 1826. He died July 1, 1900. 

Child; 

Henry W., 7 Northboro', Dec. 6, 1847 ; d. Oct. 5, 1900. 



346. 

Enoch 6 (Jonathan, 5 Ebenezer, 4 Nathaniel,* Ebenezer*) , born in 
Needham, March 22, 1784; removed to Hancock, N. H., in 1793; 
resided several years with Lemuel Eaton ; died May 18, 1849. He 
married first, Roxanna, eldest daughter of Ephraim and Mary 
(Washburn) Thompson; she died March 20, 1847. He married 
second, Sept. 14, 1848, Dolly, daughter of John Bateman and 
Polly (Emerson) Flint, born in Maiden, Sept. 20, 1794. She 
survived him and married second, Sept. 19, 1854, Asabel Cummings. 
No children. 



347. 

Joel 6 (Jonathan, 6 Ebenezer, 4 Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer 1 }, born in 
Needham, March 24, 1788. " Went to Kentucky." [His. Hancock, 
N. H:] He died March 28, 1825. He married in Newton, Feb. 
8, 1815, Mary Perry. 



\yai;i; (M.Ni: ai.oi.i . 209 



Children : 
633. i. John -I. 7 

ii. II LRRIET, d. May 10, 1822. [Newton r 



348. 

r.r.r.\ r /.K i ;' : (JSbenezer,* Wbenezer,* Nathaniel, 1 Wb&nezer*),, 
born in Hancock, N. II., March 28, 1806; died July 24, L888; 
married Dec. L8, 1834, Martha Elizabeth, daughter of Simeon and 
Betsey (Dennis) Lakin (born Feb. 18, L817 s died June L8, 1880). 
Resided al Hancock, X . II. K Carpenter and fanner; a member of 
school committee, of board of selectmen, and a representative to the 
state legislature. He died on the farm where he was born, re- 
spected by the entire community. lie left a library of some twelve 
hundred volumes." [Ili-t. Hancock.] 

< hildren, born in Hancock: 

634. i. Walter Macon, 1 Oct. L9, 1835. 

ii. Warner Lakin, May 1 I. L887 ; d. in Hancock, July 3, 1858. 

iii. Alice Adelia, Feb. 11, 18-10; res. on the homestead ; unm. 

636. iv. Edwin, Jan. 31, 1842. 

v. Georgianna Josephine, Dec. 24, 1843 ; d. Jan. 1, 184 1. 

vi. Frances Morilla, Nov. 26, 1844; resides with her brother, 

Albert E. ; she is a skilful nurse. 
vii. Joanna Elizabeth, Jan. 2f>, Is 17; m. June 7, L871, in Win- 

chendon, Henry IE., son of Elijah (Elijah. Elijah, Joseph, 

Joseph. J., J.) Washburn of Duxbury (b. Oct. 15, 1846. B 

Plymouth, 1898). 

Children: 

1. LiUieF., Natick, April 12, 188a. 

2. Flora B., Winchendon, Nov. 25, 1882. 

G37. viii. Albert Edson, June 6, 1851. 

ix. Ella Cordelia, Nov. 9, 1853; res. on the homestead; is a. 
; unm. 

x. Addison Clifton,* Sept. 9, 1858; res. on the homestead ; num. 

• " My father has deeds and other papers from l"" 1 to 180 j ears old which contain the 
same names as are found in tl \ The following are abstracts of boh 

them: Is) Deed, i >v. 20, 1705, Samuel Watkins to'Ebim i Weares,' both of 

Dedham. 2d, Bond of Robert Fuller to Nathaniel Ware of Needham. Conditio 
not to occupy I acres of meadow possessed bi the widow of Robert Ware of Dedham. 

15, L720. Witnessed bj Samuel Ware. 3d, Di I, dated Dec. 29, i; 
I i Ware and Elisabeth his wife to Nathaniel his son. Lth, A paper dal 

23, 1760, showing that ' Jain Chamberlain ' ft I I Nathaniels 

and thai khej were children of Nathaniel and Esther Ware. Witnessed bj Esther Ware, 
minor." [A. C. Ware] 

14 



210 WARE GENEALOGY. 



351, 



Jason 8 (Jason,* Nathaniel,* Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer*), born in 
Needham, Mass. or in Hancock, N. H., March 9, 1787 ; died Jan. 
28, 1873; married Nov. 25, 1813, Bethiah, daughter of Ephraim 
and Mary (Washburn) Thompson, born July 17, 1793, at Halifax, 
Mass. ; died May 21, 1873. "He was a man of good judgment, of 
genial nature, and of sterling worth, universally beloved and res- 
pected by all who knew him." [Hist. Hancock.] 

Children, born in Hancock : 

639. i. David Thompson, 7 June 7, 1817 ; d. Sept. 10, 1882. 
G40. ii. Franklin Jason, March 11, 1820. 

iii. Mary Washburn, Nov. 5, 1821 ; m. March 15, 1847, Enoch 

Nichols, son of Jeremiah (Jeremiah, Benjamin, Thomas, John) 

and Esther (Maynard) Baldwin (b. June 7, 1823 ; d. April 8, 

1882). 

iv. Sarah Prentice or Printer, May 13, 1826 ; d. Aug. 29, 1828. 

641. v. Harvey Jewett, July 21, 1829 ; d. March 23, 1898. 

642. vi. Henry Ward, Feb. 15, 1831 ; d. March 16, 1896. 

vii. Sarah Adeline, Oct. 15, 1834; m. Dec. 21, 1852, Asa Fair- 
banks (b. May 25, 1828) of Keene, N. H. 



352. 

Ward 6 (Jason, 5 Nathaniel, 4 Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer*) , born in 
Hancock, N. H., Sept. 28, 1792 ; died May 28, 1870, in Washing- 
ton, N. H. ; married first, March 2, 1819, Sarah, daughter of 
Robert and Elizabeth (Gibson) Matthews, born in Bedford, Aug. 
23, 1789; died in Marlow, Jan. 11, 1833). He married second, 
in Washington, N. H., Oct. 23, 1833, Mrs. Sarah (Hall) Clyde, 
born at Antrim, Sept, 15, 1797, daughter of Samuel and Mary 
(McAdams) Hall of Hillsboro. (Living in 1888 in 92d year.) 
[She married first, 1823, Samuel, son of Daniel and Margaret 
(McAdams) Clyde, born at Windham, 1790 ; died at Hillsboro, 
1826.] Two Clyde children — Edw. died young, Mary J., June 6, 
1825, married Wallace Sawyer. 

Children : 

i. Jane, 7 in Hancock, N. H, Feb. 23, 1820 ; d. at Surry, N. H., 
Dec. 3, 1865 ; m. 1st, March 31, 1842, Willard, son of Elijah 
and Sally (Dort) Mansfield (b. at Alstead, March 24, 1817 ; d. 
at Surry, May 24, 1855). She m. 2d, April 5, 1858, James, 
son of William and Sarah (Hall) Stuart (b. at Antrim, June 
25, 1821). 



WARE GENEALOGY. 211 

ii. Calista, iii Marlow, July 10; d. July L9, 1822. 
iii. Emili Maria, in Bfarlow, !)'■'•. 9, 1824. 
643. iv. Albert Eeasti B,Hancock, Oct. 10, 1827 ; <1. Oct. 10, 18 



353. 

Elijah 6 (Jason, 1 Nathaniel, 4 Nathaniel,* JSbenezer*) , born in 
Hancock, N. II., Feb. 20, 1797; died Aug. 2G, 1850; married 
first, dan. 1, 1827, Adeline Wyman (horn May, 1807; died Feb. 
23, 1835). He married second, Jan., 1837, Sarah Courser (born 
1798; d. Nov. 13, 1843). He married third, in 1847, Lucinda 
Newton (born 1806; died Sept. 10, 1875). 

( Ihildren : 

i. Sarah Adeline,' Sept, 1828; d. June, 1837. 
644. ii. Elijah Wyman, May 9, 1830, Boston, 
iii. A son, Feb. 21, d. Feb. -'- , . 1835. 
iv. Adeline S., Jan. 19, 1838. 
v. Jllia Ellen, Dec. 9, 1847. 



354. 

Nathaniel 6 (Jason, 5 Nathaniel,* Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer*), 
born in Hancock, N. H., Nov. 1G, 1801; died Oct. 22, 1869; 
married Nov. 7, 1826, Polly Wright (born July 25, 1802; died 
Feb. 7, 1875). 

Child : 

Mary Jane,' June 3, 1836; d. Dec. 21, 1885 ; m. July 13, 1881, 
Chester Thomas. 



355. 

John Ward* {Nathaniel,* Nathaniel, 1 Nathaniel,* Ebenezer"), 
born in Needham, March 2, 1791; died July 8, 1853; married 
April 7, 1817, Mary Ann Peters of Needham. 

Child : 

Emily, 7 June 22, 1824, in Needham. 



212 WARE GENEALOGY. 



356. 

Thomas Jefferson 6 (Nathaniel, 6 Nathaniel," Nathaniel, 3 
Ebenezer 2 ) , born in Needham, March 16, 1806 ; baptized Aug. 14, 
1808; "of Sudbury," married in Natick, May 24, 1837, by Rev. 
Erasmus D. Moore, Hepzibetli Kimball of Natick. 



357. 

Nathaniel 6 (Nathaniel, 6 Nathaniel,* Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer"), 
born in Needham, Nov. 16, 1801; "baptized Aug. 14, 1808";* 
married April 15, 1824, Miss Mary Ann Winslow of Newton. 

* As " Nathaniel Ware, son of Nathaniel Ware and Mary Ware his wife, deceased 
Jan. the 18, 1802 " [Needham Records] , it would appear that Nathaniel and Mary had a 
second Nathaniel, but his birth I do not find recorded. I learn from aged people here 
that they remember a Nathaniel Ware, brother of J. W. and Thomas. [C. C. Green- 
wood.] 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 



400. 



William Richmond 7 (Gcorc/e, e Georgr, b William,* John,' 
John*), born in Dighton, Dec. 22, 1785; died at Frankfort, Me., 
July 4, 1826; married Feb. 6, 1811, at Winterport, Me., Abigail 
Sampson "of the Plymouth family"; she died Nov. 30, 1870. 

Children : 

i. Harriet S., 8 Oct. 18, 1812; m. March 10, 1833, Charles Stuart 
Page; he d. Sept. 19, 1851. Lives in Winterport, Me. 

Children : 

1. William Richmond Ware, Dec. 18, 1833; d. July 18, 

1843. 

2. Charles S., Dec. 19, 1835. 

3. Martha McNear, June 13, d. Oct. 8, 1838. 

4. Reuel If., Feb. 18, 1840; m. in March, 1865, Mary Ov- 

erbaugh of New York. 

5. Alice Ware, March 22, 1841 ; m. Capt. Arthur Parker ; 

both lost at sea in gale of September, lf>so, with their 
only child. 

6. Harriet W., July 20, 1844; m. first, John W. Haley; 

second. X. N. Lewis. 

7. James R., Nor. 29, 1851 ; m. Jul, 1879, Agnes Drake; 

(she d. February, l.SSO). 

ii. Maria A., Aug. L5, 1814; d. March 28, 1871; m. Oct. 18, 
180 1, John Chapman. 

iii. William Bayliss, Feb. 15, 1816; d. Dec 18, 1851, on pas- 
sage home from Africa; unin. 

650. iv. ENOcn Rk bmokd, dan. 2, L819; d. duly 15, 1874. 



214 WARE GENEALOGY. 



403. 

John Spurr 7 (John, 6 William, 6 John,* John, 3 John 2 ), born 
in Calais, Vt., Nov. 20, 1807 ; died Nov. 29, 1881, at East Boston, 
Mass.; he married in Calais, Vt., Nov. 29, 1830, Fanny Vinson 
Cole ; she was born Nov. 30, 1808 ; died March 15, 1882 ; buried 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Children, all died before 1883 : 

i. George Byron, 8 "d. Feb. 11, 1834, aged 13 mos. 22 dys." 
ii. George Byron, Nov. 25, 1834 ; d. Sept. 27, 1859 ; m. Justina 
Bemiet of Somerville, Mass. 

Child : 

George Henry, d., aged 5 yrs. 4 mos. 24 dys., March 5, 
1864. 

iii. John Walter, " d. Aug. 9, 1839, aged -2 yrs. 9 mos." 

iv. Adelaide Fanny, Jan. 24, 1841 ; d. Sept. 26, 1868, aged 28; 
m. R. Julius Richardson. 

Child: 

Roderick Ware (Chicago). 

v. John Walter, d. " Nov. 15, 1861, aged 17 yrs. 5 mos. 25 dys." 



404. 

Carlos 7 (Levi, 6 Ezra, b John,* John, 3 John 2 ), born Oct. 19, 
1798 ; died in Wrentham, Aug. 28, 1878 ; married April 4, 1823, 
Sally, daughter of John 6 Ware, No. 175, born June 6, 1801 ; 
died July 17, 1872. 

Children : 

i. Adeliza, 8 m. Oct. 31, 1854, Gustavus F. Dart of Wrentham. 
ii. George A., d. Nov. 22, 1852 ; m. at Valley Falls (Cumber- 
land), R. L, July 11, 1851, Mary F. Whitman. 

Child: 

" George Henry, died Oct. 12, 1854." [Wr. Record.] 

iii. Betsey Maria, Sept. 24, 1825 ; d. April 7, 1826. 

iv. Sally Smith, April 6, 1827; m. Dec. 21, 1847, Lemuel T. 
Bird. 



WARE OENEALOliV. 215 



10-). 



Addison 7 (Levif "Ezra* John* John* John*)) born at West- 
morelaiid, N. II., April 24, L807 ; died Dec. 31, 1891; married 
Feb. 2, 1841, Charlotte Bennett (born Aug. 29, 1819 j died May 
12, 181*-)), daughter of Moses and Nancy (Wheeler) Bennett of 
Westmoreland, X. II.; moved to \<>rthfield, .Ma->., Manli 3, 
1868. "A farmer all his life, and a Dniversalist. A man of 
vigorous strength, both physical and mental." " Wife belonged to 
a family noted for their mental ability and liberal ideas." 

Children, born in Westmoreland, X. II. : 

651. i. John Murray, 8 Nov. 12, 1811. 
'•■■">•_>. ii. Clinton Addison, Nov. 28, 1843. 

Hi. Charlotte Marion, Nov. 16, 1845; in. Aug. 20, 1874, in 
Northfield, Ma--.. Hendrick Barnum of Danbury, Conn. ("7th 
. Erom Tims. Barnham of England"), (son of Towner and 
Ann (Hendrick) Barnum). 
Child: 

Hendrick Ware, April L2, 1879. 



406. 

Erastus 7 (Levi, 6 Ezra, b John,* John, 3 John"), horn Feb. 21, 
1809 ; died April 3, 1892 ; married March 15, 1831, Eunice Storrs 
(born in 1807; died Oct. 3, 1880), daughter of Experience and 
Silence (Goodnow) Storrs of Westmoreland ; he married, second, 
Mrs. Cynthia (Loring) Fisher, who died Jan. 13,1895. "He 
lived always in Westmoreland, X'. H." 

Children : 

653. i. George D., 8 April 22, 1832. 

ii. Ar.r.v E., Jan. •">. 1834; m. at Chesterfield, N. II.. March 10, 
1859, Henry C, son of Jonathan and Harriet (Hastings) Coh- 
leigh of W; (h. June 16, L834) ; resides at Westmoreland. 

Children : 

1. Fred Erastus, June 2, 18G0; m. May 4, 1889, Lenna 

B. P. rit ton. 

2. Charles Henry, April 27, 1863. 

3. Carrie Isabel, Feb. 5, L869; m. Sept 26, 18KC, Walter 

L. Works. 

4. Vxni I ", Nov. 9, 1870; m. May 13, 1893, Fred 

Simmons. 



216 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

iii. Caroline L., Feb. 18, 1840; m. Charles Humphrey of Hart- 
land, Vt. No children. 
654. iv. Levi B., March 11, 1845; d. June 14, 1894. 



407. 

James Royal 7 (Levi, 6 Ezra, 5 John," John, 3 John 2 ), born at 
Putney, Vt., April 11, 1811 ; died at Westmoreland, N. H., March 
25, 1857 ; married in Westmoreland, March 15, 1838, Susan 
Louisa Cole (born at Westmoreland, N. H., 1817). "Farmer; 
school-teacher in his younger days ; taught several winter terms 
after being married some time, attending to his farm chores, living 
at home." The widow is living, January, 1901, in her 84th year. 

Children, born at Westmoreland, N. H. : 

i. Eliza Cole, 8 Dec. 28, 1838; m. May 8, 1860, George Frank 
Hathon of Dummerston, Vt. ; res. Westmoreland. 
Children : 

1. Litta Eliza, Dec. 28, 1861 ; m. Jan. 1. 1884, Charles H. 

Leach. 

2. Myrtle Estelle, Oct. 30, 1866. 

ii. Ann Elizabeth, June 14, 1841 ; d. May 5, 1867 ; unm. 

iii. Charles Leroy, Dec. 3, 1843 ; a travelling salesman many 
years; d. unm. Feb. 6, 1898. 

655. iv. Oscar James, May 27, 1846. 

656. v. Wallace King, July 22, 1848. 

vi. Ellen Amelia, Aug. 29, 1850 ; d. Nov. 8, 1895, in East 
Douglas, Mass; m. July 17, 1880, Clarence Bacheler of Whit- 
ingsville, Mass. 
Children : 

1. Mae, June 2, 1882. 

2. Olive, May 9, 1884. 

657. vii. Frank Herman, Feb. 21, 1853. 

vhi. Clara Louisa, Sept. 16, 1855; d. July 21, 1873, in West- 
moreland, N. H. 



408. 

John Albert 7 {John, 6 Ezra, b John, 4, John, 3 John 2 ), born in 
Wrentham, Dec. 8, 1813; died April 19, 1865; married Harriet 
A. Rathbone, who was living in 1885. 



WARE (iKNKALOQY. 217 

Children, born in Wrentham: 
658. i. John,' Oct 25, 1848. 

ii. Aw\ Marsella, Sept 7, 1850; m. al Foxboro', Dec 25, L878, 

Walter II. Fisher (b. in Foxboro', 1885 |. 
iii. Edna Jones, d. al Wrentham, Sept. 21, L848. 
iv. l'.i i.i \ Loi ISA, Sept 20, d. Sept 24, 1853. 
v. Mu;v T., in. at Foxboro*, Oct 5, L859, Chartee K. Ciles. 



409. 

Hiram 7 ( John,' Ezra,' John, 4 John,' John'), born in Wren- 
tham, Nov. 8, L827; Parmer. He married Dec. 19, l s "> s (by Iicv. 
A. Adams, in Franklin) Nancy Kemp of Foxboro'; she was born 
May 20, 1833, at Marbkhead. 

Children : 

i. Kmh.y Josephine, 8 March 26, I860. 

ii. Feed Lewis, Nov. l'-'. 1862 ; d. at Wrentham, April 3, 18G6. 

iii. Barb* M., Oct. 30, 1871 ; d. March 26, 1895. 

iv. John Ed ward, Jan. 18, L874. 



410. 

George Lemuel 7 (George, 6 Ezra, 5 John, 4, John, 3 John"), 
born Jan. 22, 1816; died at Clinton, May 16, 1 S ,S 7 ; married June 
2, 1845, Mary A. Mann, born about 1818; died Nov. 6, 1885, 
"aired 67." 

O 

Children : 

i. Harriet Hartley, 8 March 27, 1846; m. Dec. 19, 18GG, David 

A. I ) 1,1 1 NT. 

6G1. ii. Charles Henry, Wrentham, Sept. 5, 1859. 



411. 

Alonzo Lefrelett' ( George,' Ezra,' John,* John,' John*), 

born June 21, 1818; died Dec. 4, 1865; married Jan 28, L841, 
Betsey Ann,' daughter of Darius, No. 94, and Pamelia (Cary) 
Ware, born Nov. 13, 1818; died Aug. 29, 1881. 

Children, born in Wrentham : 

661a. i. Ei-mi m> Burks,* Jane 26, L8 13, Wr. ; d. at Dickinson, Dakota, 
Oct. 6, 1883. 



218 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ii. Henry Herbert, May 10, 1848, Wr. ; d. Jan. 12, 1874; unm. 
iii. Helen Frances, Sept. 12, 1857 ; m. Dec. 2, 1886, Charles E. 
Stimson of Franklin, Me. ; d. May 23, 1892. 



412. 

Charles 7 (George, 6 Ezra, 6 John,* John, 3 John 2 ), married 
Harriet Grant Grouety. [Clin, rec.] 

Child : 
6615. Rohondo C., 8 June 7, 1860, at Clinton. 



416. 

Elijah 7 (Elijah, 6 Moses, 6 Moses,* John, 3 John, 2 ), born Nov. 
1, 1799; died at Winhall, Vt. ; married first, June 19, 1823, 
Patty Malvina, daughter of True (Jona.) and Patty (Emery) 
Webster, born Aug. 13, 1800; died April 1, 1825. He married 
second, Dec. 29, 1825, Mrs. Sevia (Dustin) Tenny, daughter of 
John and Sarah (Webster) Dustin, and widow of Kimball Tenny. 

Children : 

i. Sevia Olivia Ann, 8 Aug. 20, 1828 ; m. Williams ; res. at 

E. Greenwich, N. Y. 

ii. Elijah Kimball, 1834 ; d. July 28, 1840. 

iii. Ann Eliza, Aug. 3, 1841. 



417. 

Moses 7 (Elijah, 6 Moses, 6 Moses,* John, 3 John 2 ), born at Gil- 
sum, N. H., March 2, 1804; died at Brattleboro', Vt., April 20, 
1875 ; married April 29, 1827, Eliza Hastings of Swanzey. A 
shoemaker. 

Children, born at Brattleboro' : 

i. Augusta Maria, 8 June 29, 1829 ; m. Amandron Cathon. 
662. ii. Moses Hastings, Oct. 5, 1833. 
iii. Ann Eliza, Aug. 3, 1841. 



418. 

Obadiah 7 (Benjamin, 6 Moses, 6 Moses,* John, 3 John 2 ), born at 
Gilsum, Jan. 2, 1795 ; died at Butler, 111., Sept. 24, 1876 ; married 
Aug. 17, 1821, Electa, daughter of John and Elizabeth Post, born 



WARE GENEALOGY. 219 

at Addison, Vt., July 17, 1800; died at Butler, 111., Nov. 15, 
1858. " W'.iit in L821 to a farm aear St. Louis; in 1823 settled 
with brother Benjamin at Butler, Montgomery Co., 111., at a [dace 
called ' Wail's Grove." | I li-t . I > il-uni. j 

Children, born in Butler, III. : 

i. Huldah, 8 Sept. 17. L828; m. May 27, 1845, Thomas E. Harris 
(I.. Feb. 28, L812), bod of John and Abigail Harris). 
Children, born in Illinois : 

1. Frederick Wan; March 24, L846; d. Feb. 9, I8l 

2. Julia Abigail, Sept. L5, L852; m. Oct. 31, L872, Michael 

Luther Robertson (son of Stamford and Ann M.), b. 
111., Sept. 11. 1851. 

ii. Eliza, Aug. 6, 1825; d. Sept. II. 1844; unm. 

iii. Emily, Jan. 28, L827 ; d. Sept. 21, 1844; unm. 

iv. Electa, Jan. 2, L829 ; d. Oct. 7, 1861 ; m. Nov. 25, 1848, Jacob 
Wagner Scheur (b. N. C, May 11, 1826). 

Children : 

1. Sylvester Henry, 111., Nov. 15, 1849. 

2. David War,; 111.. Sept. 20, L852 ; m. Feb. 19, 1873, 

Harriet, daughter of Frederick II. and Christens 
Peters (b. at Findley, 0., Oct. 14, 1850) . 3 children. 

3. Laura Lucretia, Aug. 13, 1855 ; m. Aug. 6, 1878, Daniel 

( iurtis. 

4. Sophronia Luzetta, Sept. 9, 1859. 

v. MAMA, May 14, 1831 ; d. Sept. 6, 1835; unm. 
vi. Claka, Aug. 19, 1833; d. Aug. 8, 1855; unm. 
vii. Adamnk, Feb. 7, 1836; d. Sept. 16, 1845 ; unm. 

viii. Betsey, Aug. 18, 1838 ; m. Dec. 12, 1861, Charles M. Westcott 
(son of Thomas and Lydia, b. at Situate, R. I., Aug. 7, 1822). 
Children : 

1. Thomas Knowlton, Sept. 20, 1862. 

2. Eliza Ware, Jan. 14, 1864. 

3. Lillie Electa, July 22, 1869. 

4. Mary Grace, Sept •'•. 1872. 

ix. Mary, April 18, 1841; d. -Ian. 1, 1870; m. Nov. 29, 1866, 
William Albion Young, Bon of William and Jane Young (b. 
Aug. 20, L836). 

Children : 
1. Anthony Obadiah, Dr.-. 25, 1868. 
■2. William Albion, Nov. 9, 1869. 

663. x. Henuv, May 1, 1845. 



220 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

419. 

Benjamin 7 {Benjamin, 6 Moses, 5 Moses,' John, 3 John*), born 
in Gilsum, N. H., June 27, 1796; died at Butler, 111., July 31, 

1855 ; married March 12, 1827, Sarah, daughter of David and 

(Voorhees) Slayback (born at Lexington, Ky., Sept. 13, 1805). 

Children, born at Butler, 111. : 

i. Austin, 8 Feb. 20, d. Sept. 19, 1829. 
664. ii. Justus Hurd, July 11, 1834. 



420. 

David 7 {Benjamin, 6 Moses, b Moses, 4 John, 3 John*), born at 
Gilsum, N. H., April 2, 1798 ; died April 15, 1863. " The strong 
staff is broken." [Epitaph in Ware Cemetery.] He married first, 
at the "Christian Church," Gilsum, Mary, daughter of Samuel and 
Margaret Smith, born in Hartland, Vt., Sept. 2, 1790; died at 
Gilsum, April 6, 1851. 'There is rest in Heaven." [Cem.] 
He was town collector many years ; treasurer ; representative, etc. 
He married second, April 6, 1853, Mrs. Rachel S. Pratt of North- 
field, Vt. After her husband's death she removed to Salt Lake City. 

Children, born in Gilsum : 

665. i. David Smith, 8 Oct. 25, 1828. 

ii. Theoda, June 22, 1832 ; member of Methodist Church ; m. May 
7, 1857, George H., sou of David and Eliza Ann Towle (b. at 
New London, Oct. 6, 1832); farmer at Newport ; his first wife. 
She d. at N., Sept. 18, 1870. 
Children : 

1. George Ware, March 7, 1861. 

2. Charles Herbert, Jan. 16, 1867. 



iii. Samuel B., March 11, 1835; d. Dec. 18, 1856, unm. (First 
burial in " Ware Cemetery," Gilsum, founded on a part of the 
farm of David. 7 ) 



421. 

Enoch 7 {Benjamin 6 Moses, 6 Moses, A John, 3 John*), born Oct. 
25, 1807; died at Chester, Vt., March 16, 1875. He married 
first, Dec. 26, 1837, Louisa Atwood, born in Chester, Vt., July 
10, 1810; died there Jan. 8, 1861. He married second, Dec. 1, 
1861, Arvilla Covey. 



WASE i i.m; u.ocv. 221 

Children, born in Chester, Vt. : 

666. i. Weslei I../ Sept. 28, L8J 

ii. Mart! I sa, June 17. L840; m. Jan. 11, 1866, Noma Crane 

Richmond, son .>!' Henrj ami Charlotte ((rain-) Richmond (b. 
( )hioj June, 1 888). 
Children, born in Butler, 111. : 

1. Dora Augusta, Oct 23, 1866; d. Aug. L8, 1868. 

2. A daughter, Aug. 1 I, d. Sept., 1868. 
:;. Nellie Ware, Sept. 30, L869. 

4. Herieri Wesley, Jan. 9, L873. 

5. Frederick Lucius, April 29, 1*71. 

iii. Benjamijn M.. Sept. 1, 1842; d. at Cold Harbour, June 3, 1864. 
iv. Wilbub Fiske, Dec. 6, 1844; d. of camp Eever, June 17, 1862. 
v. Mabion W., Jan. L2, 1*17. 
GG7. vi. GrEOBGE Engoh, Feb. 1 I. 1849. 
6G8. vii. I.n ii - Jebemiah, Aug., 1851. 

viii. Doba ANGUSTA, Aug. 17, 1*55 ; m. Jan. 31, 1877, Granville 
Pierce of Litchfield, 111. 
Child: 
Essie May, Butler, 111., Aug. 8, 1878. 

ix. Jennie L., Feb. 2, 1863. 

x. Abraham Lincoln, Jan. G, 1865. 



4->2 

John Quincy Adams' (Benjamin* Jfoses, 6 Moses,* John, 2 
John 2 ), born in Gilsum, X. II., Dec. 17 or 19, 1*22: .lied at 
Surry, N. H., Aug. 2'.', 1865. Be married Nov. 11, L851, Emily, 
daughter of Oliver and Patty Heald, born at Nelson, Dec. 18, 1823. 
She wa> living in Milford, Mass., in 1*85. 

Educated at Hancock Academy and New Hampton Theological Insti- 
tute. Licensed April 19, 1846, by Baptisl Church. Ordained a( Marlboro', 
N. II., where he remained two years ; Bettledal Sanbornton Bay; Addison, 
Yt.-. Whiting, \'t.. where he remained till hi- death. Died suddenly in his 
43d year, while on a visit to his sister in Surry. He was •• a man of more 
than ordinary ability." . . . He was naturally a leader ; of literary tastes ; 
social and friendly, but of intense c<.n vi.; i. >m -. II. ■ was over Bis feet in 
height and of greal physical strength. [Hist. Gilsum.] 

Children : 
669. i. Edwin Ciiwln. Marlboro', Oct 8, L852. 



222 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ii. Martha Jane, Sanbornton, Dec. 25, 1853 ; m. Sept. 13, 1874, 

Willis K. Emerson. Res. at Milford. 
Hi. Laura Maria, Sanbornton, July 19, 1855. 
iv. Walter Henry, Addison, Vt., April 25, 1859. 
v. Mary Francis, Whiting, Vt., May 3, 1860 ; d. March 6, 1862. 
vi. May Emily, Milford, March 6, 1866. 



424. 

Moses, Jr. 7 {Moses, 6 Moses,' 3 Moses, 4 John, 3 John''), born in 
N. H., in 1806; died peacefully, of old age, at 88 years of age, 
Dec. 4, 1894, at Eureka, Winnebago Co., Wis. ; married July 27, 
1834, Loraine, daughter of Justus and Ruth (Handel) Hurd[?]. 
Removed from Gilsum to N. Keene, N. Y. 
Children : 

i. Hannah, 8 1835 ; d. in 1873 ; m. 1860, George Smith. 
Children : 

1. Sarah Loraine, 1863 ; m. 1882, George H. Wright. 

2. Bell P., 1865 ; m. 1888, George Harrington. 

3. Inez, 1866 ; m. 1894, Henry Jungbluth. 

4. George Philip, 1869. 

670. ii. Moses Lane, 1837. 



426. 

Cyrus C. 7 (Moses, 6 Moses, b Moses,* John, 3 John*) , born about 
1816; died in 1886, "aged 70." 

Children : 

L Daniel, 8 b. and d. 1841. 

ii. Jldson C, Feb. 15, 1842. 

iii. Loretta A., Jan. 21, 1845 : d. July, 1870. 

iv. Edward L., Dec. 19, 1850 ; d. Jan., 1863. 



427. 

Frederick Augustus 7 (Amariah, 6 Jesse," Eleazer* Eleazer, 3 
John 2 ), born in Franklin, June 29, 1798 ; died Sept. 13, 1875, 
"ag. 77, 2, 13," at Franklin. He married first, Jan. 1, 1823, 
(Rev. N. Emmons) Sarah Morse ; she died Aug. 20, 1839. He 
married second, Mrs. Eliza Arnold (born in Wrentham; died in 



WARE GENEALOGY. 223 

Fnmklin, Feb. 15, 185!), "ag. 57"). He married third, April 

15, 1860, Ann Maria, daughter of Mii'ith (or Roewell) and Anne 
Bent of Framingham, widow of Henry Bowen Pond. 



428. 

Nathan 7 (Amariah,* Jesse, 6 Eleazer,* JSleazer, 3 John'), born 
in Franklin, Dec. 27, L807; died in Xatick, April 5, 1866. He 
married Dee. 2, is 11, Elvira Hawes. 



430. 

Jonathan I>\y 7 (Zenas, e Ziba, 1 Eleazer,* Eleazer, 3 John 1 ), 
born at Swanzey, X. H., Feb. 23, 1797; died Oct. 23, 187G ; 
married Nov. 30, 1824, Alice, daughter of Josiah Ilamblett ; born 
Oct. 26, 1801 ; died Jan. 26, 1873. Resided at Swanzey. Deacon. 

Children : 

673. i. Alonzo A., 8 Sept. 1, 1825; d. Feb. 8, 1895. 
ii. Daniel II., March 9, 1827 ; d. Nov. 1, 1857. 

iii. Alice &L, March 30, 1829 [?] ; m. Oct. 20, 1858, as second 
wife, Rev. E. S. Adams of Gilsum. She grad. Mt. Ilolyoke 
Sem. ; has charge of girls at VY llberforce Univ., Xenia, Ohio. 
Child : 

Myron Winsloio, Nov. 27, 18G0. 
iv. Mary L., Dec. 4, 1830; m. Aug. 31, 18.54, Franklin Downing. 



432. 

Joel 7 (Zt nets* Ziba,* JEleazer,* Eleazer* John '), born at 
Swanzey, X. II., July 23, 1801); married Lucy Crossett of Pres- 
cott, Mass.; was a school-teacher in Swanzey; farmer in X. Y., 
then removed to Gcncseo, 111. Had children. 



433. 

Lyman 7 (Ziba, 8 Ziba,* Eleazer, 4 Wleazer* John*), born at 
Gilsum, X. II., Feb. 22, 1803; died 1839 [?]. He married 
Hannah, daughter <>f Samuel S. Merriain. She, a widow, was re- 
siding in Wells, Vt., in 186'J. 



224 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

672. i. George. 8 

673. ii. William. 

674. iii. Sidney. 

675. iv. Merritt. 

v. Rachel. Res. in Wells, 1869. 



434. 

Ziba 7 (Jacob, 6 Ziba, b Eleazer,* Eleazer 3 John 2 ), born April 

15, 1817, at Winchester, N. H. ; married Jan. 1, 1839, Eliza, 

daughter of James Olcott of Swanzey, N. H. ; born Feb. 9, 1819. 

Farmer, residing at Winchester ; attends church at West Swanzey. 

Children, born in Winchester : 

i. Lucina O., 8 July 22, 1840 ; m. Moses W. Hale of Rindge, N. H. 
ii. Maria, Aug. 16, 1842; d. Jan. 3, 1863; m. Marshall Willard 

of Dublin, N. H. 
iii. Sarah M., Dec. 5, 1846; d. Jan. 4, 1863. 
676. iv. James R, Sept. 18, 1849. 
v. Ella E., May 11, 1854. 
vi. Julius H., Dec. 7, 1858 ; d. Oct. 9, 1859. 
vii. Arthur Z., Oct. 22, 1860 ; d. Jan. 3, 1863. 



435. 

Phinehas Atwood 7 (Jacob, 6 Zibet, 6 Eleazer, 4 Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), 
born Sept. 10, 1819; died Dec. 5, 1894; resided at Winchester, 
N. H., church at West Swanzey. He married Nov. 1, 1855, Mary, 
daughter of William Read of Swanzey, N. H. ; born Feb. 13, 1835, 
at Swanzey. 

Children, born in Winchester : 

i. Emma F., 8 Jan. 5, 1857 ; d. March 12, 1863. 

ii. Walter L., Nov. 4, 18G1 ; d. Feb. 27, 1875. 

iii. A son, April 14, d. April 15, 1863. 

iv. Edna L., May 22, 1865 ; m. Charles Plumer of Jaffrey, N. H. 

677. v. Arthur W., July 27, 1853. 



436. 

Joseph 7 (Jacob, 6 Ziba, b Eleazer, 4 Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), born 
March 3, 1822; died in Swanzey, July 17, 1892; pedler. He 



WABE GENEALOGY. 225 

married first, July 17, 1S5-1, Uaehel (or Rebekah?) Wfllard of 
Dublin; she died March 1<>, L855. He married Becond, Nov. 8, 
1858, Mary (i., daughter of Elijah ('. Belding of Swanzey; she 
died Nov. 19, L858. He married third, Nov. 17, 1859, Sarah 
Jane, daughter of Deacon Joseph Hammond of Swanzey; born 
May 17, [837. 
Child : 

M lrt L., 7 July 13, 18G2; ra. Oct. 31, 1882, James E. Handy. 

437. 

Joseph [T.?] 7 (Joseph? Zlh,,? Eleazer? Eleazer? John'), 

born Feb. 11, 1825; died in Hadley, Mass., June 14, 1897; mar- 
ried May 8, L849, Philena Hardy; born Feb. 25, 1816. 
Child, born at Acworth, N. II. : 
Aubik, 8 July 10, 1850. 



438. 

HAELAN P. 7 (Joseph, 6 Ziba, h Eleazer? Eleazer? John*), born 
[at Acworth, N. II.?] Nov. 28, 1830 ; married Susan A. Spencer, 
who was horn Feb. 6, 1844, and died Sept. 19, 1887. Resides in 
Alstcad, N. II. 

Children : 

i. Frances A., 8 Keene, N. H., Feb. 2, 1870. 

ii. James Walton, Alstead, N. II., Aug. 24, 1874. 

iii. Bertha E., Sept. 12, 1877. 



439. 

Davtd 7 {David? Eli? "Eleazer? Eleazer? John 2 ), born in 
Franklin, May 7, 1814: died of consumption, Dec. 21, 1858. He 
married at Franklin, May 30, 1841 (by Rev. T. I). Southworth), 
Betsey Pettis, born in Hopkinton. Farmer. Resides at Belling- 
ham . 

Children : 

i. Louisa Amelia, 8 Feb. 17, 1843; m. in Aug. 1872, Joseph M. 
Wales of Franklin. 
Children : 

1. Flora E., March 22, 1873 ; m. 1891, Edw. Lipsett. 

2. Cora Ma>/, April 24, 1878. 
15 



226 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ii. Mart Elizabeth, Franklin, Feb. 17, 1848; brought up by 
Frederic Augustus Ware; lived (1885) with Mrs. Inez Arn- 
old, Franklin ; m. Nov., 1890, Edw. S. Whitaker. 

iii. William Emery, 1851, Bellingham ; unm. 

iv. Riioda Ann, Franklin, Oct. 7, 1855 ; m. April 19, 1872, Lyman 
Ebenezer (a wheelwright), son of Deacon Ebenezer and Amelia 
O. Belknap of Milford (by Rev. C. W. Redding), he a wheel- 
wright, aged 20, she 17, of Bellingham. Lives at Milford. 

Child : 
Forest Lyman, 1873 ; m. 1895, Nellie Cahill of Holliston. 



440. 

Gilbert Adams 7 {David, 6 Eli, 5 Eleazer, 4 Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), 
born in Franklin, July 1, 1818 ; died suddenly of heart disease, 
April 15, 1876, at Warehouse Point, Ct. He married, Dec. 9, 
1853, Caroline, daughter of Benjamin (Moses, Abraham, Isaac, 
John, Robert) and Clarinda (Richardson) Pease of Enfield, Ct. ; she 
was born Jan. 22, 1823. Lived with his sisters at Oxford Plain, 
and was a member of the Cono-regational Church there. Removed 
in 1840 to Hartford, Conn., where he was proprietor of the Ameri- 
can Hotel Stables for a number of years ; removed in 1846 to Ware- 
house Point, Conn., where he became proprietor of the American 
Hotel Stable, the depot stage line and large livery and feeding 
stables. Was much respected in the community where he resided. 

Children, born at Warehouse Point, Conn. : 

679. i. George Gilbert, 8 March 19, 185G. 

680. ii. Franklin Pease, March 8, 18G3. 



441. 

Elbridge Gerry 7 (David, 6 Mi,* Eleazer, 4 Meazer, 3 John 2 ), 
born at Franklin, Dec. 14, 1819. Lives in W. Medway, " grocer, 
26 years Baptist, a man of good Christian life." Went to Medway 
1830 ; married first, Eliza Pierse Drake, daughter of John Drake of 
Partridgetown, Bellingham, born April 20, 1828 ; she died April 3, 
1855. He married second, July, 1870, Anna, daughter of Alex- 
ander Grant, born April 15, 1829 (her third marriage) ;* she died 
May 28, 1880'. 

Child : 

Emma Eliza, s March 6, 1848 ; member of Baptist Church ; unm. ; 
lives with father. 

* Anna Grant m. 1st, Rev. Abner Mason, Bapt. Min. at W« Medway; she m. 2d, 
Edward Hixon, farmer, of the same place. 



\yai:i: <;i:m: w.ocy. 227 



443. 



Arrival Perry' {Amherst* Daniel,' Daniel, 4 Eleaa . 
Jolt,,'), bom at Wrentham, March ~, 1 s _ ^ : i^ a carpenter, Living 
in Medway. He married April I, 1 S I7, Mary A. Richardson of 
Franklin, daughter of Howard and Mary, born at Winslow, Me. ; 
factory hand ; they were married at North Wrentham by Rev, B. I >. 
Sears. 

( !hildren : 

i. Mart Frances, 8 Wrentham, Nov. 12, 1848. 

ii. Violetta Pauline, Fr., Julj 16, 1853; in. Sept 17, 1868, 
Lyman Adams, eon of Sabin ami Mary .\., oi ( Houcester (hy 
Rev. Daniel Rounds), N. Wr. She 15; he 18; card shipper. 



445. 

Leander Merritt 7 {Jason,' Hezekiah,' Hezekiah, 4 Eleazer' 
John*), born Feb. 16, 1803, at Shrewsbury, Mass.; married Oct. 
18, 1830, Frances ('alder, daughter of Samuel and Fanny (Calder) 
Metcalf of Providence, U. I., born March 31, 1807; died July 21, 
is ,(), ag-cd G3. He lives af Providence, R. I.; has summer home 
at Shrewsbury. 

Children: 

i. Cornelia Frances, 8 June 14, 1832; d. March 00, 1883; m. 
Oct 11. L859, Jacob Follet of Troy, N. Y. 

Child : 

Edith Clifton, Aug. 17, 1860 ; m. June 1, 1882, Dr. Arthur 
Hudson Harrington of Worcester. Children: 1. Clif- 
ton Ward, March 1 1, 1884 ; 2. Ethel, Oct. 6, 1; 

ii. Harriet Augusta, Oct 16, 1834. 

G81. iii. O Henry, March 1. 1836. 

(;-_'. iv. Chari i - Vn roRj Aug. 8, 1837. 

v. Edward Clij con, Maj 31, 1839; d. Sept 10, 1840. 



446. 

[UEL Cowell 1 {Jason,' Hezekiah, 1 Hez Iciah, 4 /" --. r,' 
John*), born D . 9, L810 ; died Aug. 6, 1896. He married at 
Richmond, Ky., April 29, L839, Ann Miller, born Feb. 2, 

1818, ■ of Justice S. Miller of the Sup Court, l". S. 

Resides at Towanda, 111. 



228 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

Children, born in Kichmond, Ky. : 

683. i. William Frederick, 8 May 21, 1741. 

ii. Martha Ann, July 20, 1843 ; m. April 9, 1883, Matthew Wise 
of Towanda, 111. Farmer, Towanda, 111. (b. Jan. 8, 1831, 
Green Co., Pa. ; d. Jan. 20, 1895, aged 64, 0, 12). 

684. iii. Leander Malcomb, July 2, 1845. 

iv. Amanda Noland, March 20, 1848; m. May 7, 1868, Paul 
Vandervoort, at Towanda, 111. 

Children : 

1. Frederick McMilhn, Jan. 13, 1871. 

2. Grace C, Feb. 12, 1874. 

3. Walter Percival, May 14, 1876. 

4. Samuel Miller, March 29, 1878. 

5. Ollie, Nov. 24, 1881 ; d. Dec. 17, 1888. 

v. Ann Janette, Aug. 17, 1850 ; res. at Towanda, HI. 

685. vi. Samuel Miller, Aug. 20, 1852. 

686. vii. Stephen Noland, Feb. 28, 1854. 

687. viii. Edward Newell, July 2, 1860. 



447. 

Herman 7 (Hezekiah, 6 Hezekiah, 5 Hezekiah, 4 Eleazer,* John*), 
born at Wrentham, March 18, 1801 ; died July 7, 1883, at Med- 
field. He married Ruth Whiting. 

Children : 

i. Susan Elizabeth, 8 Sept. 8, 1829 ; m. in Medfield, June 3, 1851, 
Frederick H. Wight (" Wights," No. 1089). Lives at Dover, 
Mass. 
688. ii. Charles Henry, March 25, 1832. 

iii. Sarah Ellen, Aug. 23, 1834; d. (bur.) Medfield, "Oct. 12, 
1850, 16, 2, 0." 



448. 



Hezekiah Lyman 7 (Hezekia h, 6 Hezekiah,* Hezekiah,* Uleazer 3 , 
John*), born March 24, 1807 ; died at Providence, R. I., April 7, 

1868, " aged 62." [Prov. Rec] He married Celinda S. ; she 

died Aug. 22, 1866, "aged 48." [P. rec. 11, 218.] 



WARE GENEALOUV. 229 

449. 

Orlando 7 (A //>//>■ //>•," -Joseph,' John, 4 Joseph,' John'), born 
in Sherborn, Nov. 8, 1800; died at Worcester, Dec. L2, L851 ; 
married Susan Waloott Maynard of Shrewsbury ; she died Feb. 6, 
1893. 

Children: 

i. Josr.i'ii < In. man/ '1. uiiin. 

ii. John Orlando, Worcester, March 22, 1833; d. num. 
iii. IIai;kii i Newell, Worcester, Dec. 5, L836 ; m. A.ug. 26, 1858, 
Charles Henry White. lie. <1. in Boston, Dec. 13, iy7'J. 

Child: 

( arence Parker, Dec. 28, 18G8 ; m. Oct. 4, 1892, Bortha 

Browning Barnes of Walthain. Res. Allston, L898. 



450. 

Charles Coolidge 7 (Alpheus,' Joseph, 6 John,* Joseph, 3 
John"), born at Sherborn, Feb. 9, 180."); died at Hartford, Ct., 
Nov. 10, 1861. He married Sept., 1832, Maria Huntington 
Squires of Ashford, Conn., born May 19, 1810; died Jan. 8, 1893. 
Removed from Sherborn to Middleton, Ct. ; later to Hartford, Ct., 
where he died. 

Child : 
689. ALrnEus Charles, 8 Ashford, Conn., July 25, 1831. 



451. 

John 7 (Alpheus,' Joseph,' John,* Joseph, 3 John 1 ), born in 
Sherborn, June 12, 1805; died Feb. 7, 1881; married May 22, 
1831, at Newton, Mary II., daughter of Isaac Wentworth of Can- 
ton. She died March 19, 1872. Lived on the eastern part of the 
old Breck Farm. 

Children, born in Sherborn : 

i. Anna Maui v." Aug. 15, L837 ; m. May 1, 1861, John S., son of 
Daniel Bullard of Sherborn. 
Children : 

1. William Herbert, 1866; in. Sept. 2. 1891, Julia P. Bi- 

shop. 

2. Arthur Ware, Oct, 1868; m. Lena Belle Peck of Med- 

field, Oct 28, 1895. 

ii. Makv Elizabeth, July 1<>, 1S10; <1. num. (1894 ). 



230 WARE GENEALOGY. 

452. 

Joseph Sanger 7 (Alphens, 6 Joseph, 5 John* Joseph, 3 John 2 ), 
born in Sherborn, Nov. 24, 1807; died there Dec. 26, 1869; 
married Feb. 15, 1841, in Worcester, Isabella McCabe of St. John, 
N. B. She died Jan. 26, 1894, in St. Paul, Minn. 

Child : 

690. Robert Burns, 8 Worcester, July 2, 1843. 



453. 

Joseph Ashur 7 (Ashur, 6 Joseph, 5 John,* Joseph, 3 John 3 ), 
born Aug. 30, 1832 ; died in Washington, D. C, May 25, 1874; 
married Sept. 5, 1857, Ellen McKinstrey, daughter of Thomas 
Leonard and Charlotte Elizabeth (Hall) Willis. 

Child : 

Richard 8 (" Rollo " at first), Chicago, 111., July 22, 1861. 



454. 

Albert Penniman 7 (Henry,* Joseph, 5 John* Joseph 3 John 2 ), 
born in Sherborn, Nov. 9, 1811 ; died Feb. 13. 1871, in Sherborn, 
aged 59; married in Needham, Aug. 10, 1829, Joanna D., 
daughter of Eli Leland, born Oct. 30, 1811 ; died March 12, 1890. 
"Owns the homestead." "Family went west." 

Children, born in Sherborn : 

i. Maria A., 8 Oct. 11, 1829; m. Francis E. Cushing, May 22, 
1.851. 

ii. Frances A., Jan. 9, 1831 ; d. Feb. 8, 1874 ; m. April 24, 1853, 
Joseph E. Sanger. 

692. iii. Robert H., Feb. 11, 1833. 

693. iv. George C, March 12, 1835 ; d. April 13, 1886. 

v. Eleanor R., Dec. 12, 1836 ; m. Nov. 24, 1859, Charles E. 
Flagg. 

694. vi. Albert P., born July 27, 1839 ; d. March 20, 1887. 

695. vii. Dexter L., Sept. 3, 1840. 

viii. Joanna D., April 16, 1842 ; d. May 3, 1883 ; m. Enos L. Easfc- 

man. Derby Line, Vermont. 
ix. Henry C, May 13, 1844; d. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 31, 1863. 
x. Alma S., June 30, 1846 ; m. June 10, 1895, Charles N. Onion, 

Curriville, Mass. 

xi. Martha J., April 9, 1848 ; m. Nov. 18, 1869, LoweU E. Coo- 
lidge. 



WAVE i.iai: w.<m;v. 231 

455. 

Elisha Sbavebns 1 ( Walter* John,* John,* Joseph,' John*), 
born March 29, L801 ; died Dec. 6, L864 ; married Oct. 30, L838, 
Caroline Ayrea of Newton Lower Falls, born June 5, 1812. 

( ihildren : 

i. Walter Cbeightob, Jane 30, L889-. 

ii. Caboline Elizabeth, Feb. 24, L841 ; d. May 16, 1856. 

iii. M \ui Robbins, < tot. L8, 1844. 

iv. Mabtha Sabah, May 26, L846; d. of consumption, Aug. 19, 

1885. 

v. Kmii.v Lavina, Oct L8, 1848; d. May 13, L857. 

vi. IIinkv. March 15, L852 ; d. Sept. 21, L854, >r Sept. 28, 1853. 

\ ii. Albert Elisha, March 1 I, L854 ; d. May 25, 1854. 



456. 

William 1 ( Walter, 4 John,* John, 4 Joseph,' John*), born in 
Canada, April 15, 1810; died Feb. 24, 1852; married at Kings- 
ton, Conn., Martha Finley. 



457. 

EDWIN 7 (Orlando* John* John,* Joseph, 3 John"), born in 
Weston, Oct. 18, 1802; died Aug. 6, 1870, atDcerfield. "Trader 
in Deerfield, succeeded his father at the old corner store." He 
married first, Sept. 29, L830, Alamena, daughter of Joseph Stebbins ; 
she died Oct. 23, 1836, aged 30. lie married second, Sept. 29, 
1 .s ." ii', Harriet P., daughter of Ephraim Sprague, widow oJ Wyman 
Stebbins. Her child, France- Stebbins, was adopted by Mr. Ware. 

Children : 

698. i. John, 8 July 24, 1840; d. June 28, 1887. 

ii. Laura S., Jane 20, 1848 ; m. Nov. 27, 18G7, John Wilkinson oi 

Chicago. 



458. 

Edwin [A.] 7 ( HHbridge,* John* J>>/t,>: 1 Joseph,' John*), born 

in 1813; married at Tampa Bay, Florida, Louisa Wyatt. 



232 WARE GENEALOGY. 



460. 

Vorestus 7 (Meazer," Benjamin* John,* Joseph, 3 John 2 ), born 
in Sherborn, April 27, 1822 ; married Nov. 30, 1846, Mary Rosa- 
line Butler. 

Children, born in Sherborn : 

i. Edgar Butler, 8 Jan. 14, 1847 ; d. April 29, 1849. 
699. ii. Arthur Breck, April 17, 1848. 

iii. Joseph Warren, Nov. 28, 1849 ; d. in 1896, at Memphis, Tenn. 
iv. Mary E. B., April 17, 1851 ; d. June 17, 1866. 
v. Edgar V., Nov. 10, 1852 ; d. Jan. 4, 1878. 

[" Clarence H." comes here in Breck Fain.] 
vi. Theodore " Leston " [Breck Fam.], June 21, 1856 ; said to be 
in California in 1896. 

vii. Emily B. (" Pratt," Breck Fam.), Aug. 15, 1867 ; m. 

Allison of Essex, Conn. 



461. 

Benjamin 7 (Eleazer, 6 Benjamin,* John, 4, Joseph, 3 John"), 
born in Sherborn, Jan. 24, 1824; died at Holliston, Feb. 7, 1878. 
He married, Jan. 3, 1850, Elizabeth Capen, born in Sherborn. 
She was a descendant of Barnard Capen and George Barbour, two 
of the earliest settlers in Dorchester and Dedham respectively. 
Benjamin Ware was " an upright man, respected by all. His occu- 
pation was that of a farmer." 

Children : 

i. Caroline, 8 Feb. 25, 1850 ; m. in Holliston, Sept. 12, 1871, Lind- 

ley M. Stuart. 
ii. Anna Rebecca, July 1, 1858 ; m. Aug. 13, 1878, George L. 

Wilkinson. 

iii. Eodney Bradford, Oct. 25, 1869 ; was living at Fitchburg in 
1898. 



463. 

John Fothergill Waterhouse 7 (Henry, Jr., 6 Henry, b John,* 
Joseph, 3 John 2 ), born in No. Bennet Street, Boston, Aug. 31, 
1818; died at Milton, Feb. 26, 1881. Harvard College 1838; 
Divinity School 1842 ; ordained at Fall River, May, 1843 ; in- 
stalled at Cambridgeport, 1846 ; Baltimore, 1864 ; later at Arling- 
ton Street, Boston. He married May 27, 1844, Caroline Parsons, 



WARE GENEALOGY. 233 

daughter of Nathan and Elizabeth Norton (Lincoln) Rice of Cam- 
bridge, Mass., born Sept. 27, L820; died Sept. L8, L848. Be mar- 
ried sec I, Oct. 10, 1849, Helen Ware, daughter of Nathan and 

Elizabeth Norton (Lincoln) Rice, born Sept. 21, L822; died June 
17, 1892. 

Be was honorary chaplain of the 38th Mass. Vol. Inf. Be re- 
moved from Baltimore, Md., in 1872, to Arlington St. Church, 
Boston, where he remained until his death. 

Children, born in Cambridgeport : 

i. Henry, 8 Jan. 21, 1846, at Pal] River; d. Aug. 9, L862. 

705. ii. William Rotch, Sept. 6, 1848. 

706. iii. A.RTH1 :: LOVELL, Ma\ 30, L851. 

707. iv. Francis Morgan, Feb. •"», \^~>7. 

v. Caroline Parsons, Oct. 1-'!, L859j m. March 5, 1889, Henry 
Percy .la. (a. i (b. Dec. 22, L852; II. ( '. L876 j .M.I). L880). ' 



464. 

William Robert 1 (Henry, 6 Henry,* John,* Joseph, 3 John*), 
born in Cambridge, May 21, 1832; Harvard College 1852; S.P». 
L856; LL.D. 1896; practised architecture in Boston I860to L881 ; 
Professor of Architecture in Mass. Cnstitute of Technology, 1865 to 
1881; since 1881 in Columbia University, New York, N. Y. ; 

How and Honorary Member of the American Institute of Archi- 
tects; Honorary and Corresponding Member of the Royal Institute 
of British Architects and of the Societe Centrale des Architects 
Franc, ais. 



465. 

Charles Pkjkard 7 (Henry, Jr.,' Henry, 6 John, 4 Joseph, 3 

Joh ,>'), horn in Cambridge, June 11. is 10; Harvard College 1862. 
lie married, Sept. 1, 1870, Elizabeth Lawrence, daughter of 
ulea Til den and ( 'atherine ( Lawrence ) Applet on, horn at Lowell, 
March ii, 1843. He is at the head of tic record department of 
the American Bell Telephone Co. in Boston ; resides at Brookline. 

( ihildren, horn in Brookline : 

708. i. Henrt, D . 26, L871. 

ii. Mai;y ApPLETON, May 17, l.s77. 



234 WARE GENEALOGY. 



466. 

John 7 (John, 5 Henry, 5 John, 4 Joseph, 3 John 2 ), born in Boston, 
Sept. 8, 1829 ; graduated from Harvard College 1850 ; M.D. 1853 ; 

married in Paris, France, Therese , of Wurtzburg, Germany. 

He resides abroad, generally in Paris. No children. 



468. 

Henry 7 (William, 6 Henry, 5 John, 4 Joseph, 3 John 2 ), born July 
17, 1824 ; died Feb. 4, 1855 ; Harvard College 1843 ; LL.B. 1847. 
He married, Dec. 28, 1859, Ellen Sophia, daughter of Oliver and 
Eliza (Bemis) Hastings, born Nov. 6, 1835; died May 20, 1877. 

Children : 

i. Eliza Hastings, 8 Oct. 2, 1860; m. Nov. 24, 1893, William 
Roscoe Thayer, son of Frederick William (b. in Boston, Feb. 
18, 1823) and Maria Wilder (Phelps) (b. Aug. 29, 1828 ; d. 
Sept. 10, 1882, Boston) Thayer. He was b. in Boston, Jan. 
16, 1859; H. C. 1881. 

Child: 

Margaret Ware, Cambridge, July 18, 1896. 

ii. Mary Waterhouse, June 21, 1865 ; m. Nov. 24, 1893, Robert 
De Wolf Sampson, born at Liverpool, Eng., April 14, 1865 ; 
d. at Pittsfield, July 9, 1895 ; H. C. 1887 ; LL.B. 1890. 



469. 

Charles Eliot 2d 7 (Thornton K., 6 Henry, b John, 4 Joseph,* 
John 2 ), born July 17, 1853 ; Harvard College 1876 ; LL.B. 1878 ; 
lives in Fitchburg ; lawyer. He married in Roxbury, June 30, 
1881, Harriet Pierce, daughter of George Washington and Mary 
Elizabeth (Nash) Long (born 1855). 

Children, born in Fitchburg : 

i. Mary Elizabeth, 8 Aug. 6, d. Aug. 8, 1882. 

ii. George Long, Feb. 14, 1884. 

iii. Charles Eliot, Aug. 20, 1885. 

iv. Thornton Kirkland, 1887. 



w u:i: GENEALOGY. 235 

472. 

Azabiah 7 (Otis,' Azariah' John,* Joseph* John'), born in 
Barre, Oct. 30, 1820. Living in L898, No. 7 Blossom Street, in 
Worcester. Hi' married May 8, L 849, Lucinda Walton, born Sept. 
22, 1829. 

( Ihildren, born in Hubbardston : 

709. i. George Otis, 8 Nov. 6, 1850. 

ii. Walter Kazen, Nov. LI, L856; d.June 20, L857. 

iii. Walla< : II inky, 1 )<•«■. I. L858 5 died. 

iv. l'.i'\\ \ki> Ernest, July 6, 1862; Lived in Cleveland, Ohio, for a 

while. "Was blind, went to school in Boston, became a 

musician"; d. "April, L890, in Florida." 



473. 

Leonard 7 (Otis,' Azariah* John,* Joseph* John*) , born May 
.10, L825; died Oct. L8, L893, "suddenly, while at work." He 
married in Worcester (published in Holden, Oct. 10), Nov. I, 
L846, Elizabeth Adeline Moore (More), born Nov. 4, 1824 ; died 
Feb. 25, L896. She was a daughter of Col. George .Moore of 
Worcester, pattern maker. 
Children : 

i. Henrietta Phtloma, 8 Sept. 28, L847 ; m. April 3, L867, Henry 

Clay Cheesman (b. April 2, 1845). 
ii. Ell \ Elizabeth, July 2 I, 1850, in [Holden] ; m. Nov. 2, 1876, 
Henry I). Bailey. 
Children : 

1. Otis Henry, Sept. L2, 1877. 

2. Frederick Ware, April 3, L879. 

3. Emest Winfield, March 28, 1885. 

iii. On- Aii \i<. I-Vk 15, 1852 [Holden] ; at Denver, Col., 1889. 
iv. Aii' r. Genevieve, Dee. 20, L856; d. March 7, L858. 
v. Viola Maria, June 1, 1864 : d. Maj 2 1. L887. 



171. 

A \i;"\ Wood' ( Otis,' Azariah,' John, 4 Joseph,' John'), born 
in Barre, Jan. 2, 1837; married in Westminster, April 22, L8 
Persis Eliza, daughter of John and Sally Merriam, horn in A\ est- 
minster, May 29, L832. He was drafted in the civil war; the first 
one of the quota from his town. 



236 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children, born in Barre : 
709a. i. Warren Olin, 8 Jan. 13, 1860. 
7096. ii. Herbert Alexis, Nov. 30, 1867. 



475. 

Albert 7 (Otis, 6 Azariah, b John,* Joseph* John 9 ), born in 
Barre, Oct. 29, 1844; married in Fitchburg (resided in Hubbards- 
ton ; published in Fitchburg and Hubbardston), March 6, 1867, 
Mary J., daughter of William J. and Jjucinda (Russell) Parker, 
born in Hubardston, June 28, 1844. He is a mechanic. 

Children : 

i. Emma Augusta, 8 Hubardston, April 15, 1869. 

ii. Ella Jane, Barre, July 25, 1870. 

iii. Alice Mabel, Aug. 22 or 27, 1873. 

iv. Robert Albert, Barre, Jan. 30, 1879, or Jan. 30, 1886. 

v. Sarah Edith, Nov. 7, 1881. 

vi. Arthur Leroy, Sept. 3, 1884; d. Feb. 1, 1885. 



476. 

John 7 (Otis, 6 Azariah, 6 John, 4 Joseph, 3 John*), born at Barre, 
April 2, 1848 ; married April 8, I860, in Hubbardston, Emily 
Elizabeth, aged 2 1 , daughter of Alfred and Harriet (Stone) Hatstat, 
born at Rutland, Jan. 2, 1848. 

Children, born in Barre : 

i. Edna Emily, 8 June 5, 1870 ; d. at Gardner, Jan. 30, 1895. 

ii. Harriet M., Jan. 19, d. 20, 1875. 

iii. J. Henry, Feb. 5, 1879. 

iv. Harry Otis, Nov. 14, 1881. 



482. 

George H. 7 ( William Danforth,* William,* Benjamin,* Na- 
thaniel, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), born in Franklin or Medvvay, April 8, 
1848; married at Wrentham, Aug. 1871, Edith, daughter of 
James and Mary McEvay, born about 1851, at Manchester, N. H. 
Residence, Franklin ; trade, bootmaker. 



"WARE OENEALOOY. 23" 



Children, born in Medway ! 

i. II \i:i:n t Ethel, 8 Sept. 6, i*7.">. 
ii. Florence Axmib \. April I, 1882. 
iii. Archibald Danfobth, -May 2, I8*<s. 



is.;. 



Elton \Vauren 7 ( Warren,' Warren ,' Nathaniel , 4 Nathaniel,' 
Nathaniel*'), born at Orrington, Me., .March 6, 1841; served in 
the civil war four years, 1861—65 ; was in rebel prison two years. 
lie married in Sept., 1861, Ada II. Eastman of Orrington, born in 
is 13. Lives at Bangor. \ ^ 

Children : 

i. Loriais T.,» June 3, 1866. '^ 

ii. Maud Wabben, Bangor, June 27, 1870. 
iii. Charles Pabk, Bangor, July 29, 1872. 
iv. Ada Mary, Bangor, April 23, 1881. 



487. 

Nelson 7 (Warren, 6 Warren,' Nathaniel, 4 Nathaniel,* Na- 
thaniel*), born April 27, 1845; died of disease contracted in the 
army, Feb. 22, 1883. He married, May 15, 1866, Sarah A. Smith 
of East Orrington, bora in 1846. Living. Baptists. 

Children : 

i. Nelly J., 8 Bangor, June 17, 18G7 ; d. June 10, 1872. 

ii. JeNNY M., Bangor, .Ian. '.», 1870. 

iii. Ploba F., Bangor, July 3, 1872 ; d. Nov. 12, 1878. 

iv. Bessie N.. Providence, R. I., Oct. G, 1877. 

v. Amy E., Providence, R. I., July 23, 1880. 

vi. SADTJB E., Providence, R. L, Jan. 27, 1882. 



488. 

Jairus 7 (Mbridge, 1 Warren,' Nathaniel, 4 Nathaniel,* Na- 
thaniel*), born in Orrington, Me., March 9, 1843; died Feb. 6, 
1881; married May 11, 1878, Emma A. Harlow of East Orring- 
ton (died before 1886). 

Child : 

Adeline C, 8 Feb. G, 1881, day her father died ; d. before 1886. 



238 WARE GENEALOGY. 



490. 



Lyman Eugene 7 (also known as Eugene L.) {Lyman C., e 
Darius," Josiah, 4 Josiah, 3 Nathaniel 2 ), born in Baltimore, March 
15, 1849 ; graduated from Cornell Univ., 1877. He married April 
20, 1880, Harriet Dexter McCloud* of Omaha. He is a civil and 
mechanical engineer; .resided some years at Omaha; engaged in 
railway service in Western and Pacific States ; has his home now in 
Norfolk (formerly North Wrenthain) ; has contributed much to this 
Genealogy. 

Child : 

Pamela Cart, 8 Omaha, Neb., Jan. 6, 1884. 



491. 

Henry Cleveland 7 (Lyman C., G Darius, 5 Josiah, 4 Josiah, 3 
Nathaniel*), born North Wrenthain, Jan. 1, 1853; married 
Emma B. Starkey, June 26, 1877. Married second, at Kokomo, 
Ind., Oct. 25, 1899, Lillian Amelia, daughter of William H. and 
Amelia A. (Halladay) Curran. Resides at Chicago, 111. 

Children : 

i. Robert Percival, 8 Feb. 23, 1880, Wrentham. 
ii. Leoxa Alice, Nov. 20, 1900. 



492. 

Robert Allison 7 (Lyman C., 6 Darius, 3 Josiah, 4 Josiah, 3 
Nathaniel'), born in Boston, April 14, 1858 ; married first, Bertha 
Louise Wiggin; she died at Arlington, Jan. 15, 1893. He mar- 
ried second, Sept. 14, 1895, Charlotte Clement, daughter of James 
Swan Barrell, of Cambridge, a descendant of John Alden, Miles 
Standish and Elder Brewster. 

Resides in Boston. 



494. 

Myron Lee 7 (Elijah, 6 Darius, 5 Josiah, 4 Josiah, 3 Na- 
thaniel*), born Nov. 11, 1855. 

Resides in Omaha, Neb. 

* Daughter of Matthew and Martha Ann (Reed) McClond (name changed from 

McClurg for convenience). 



waim: QENEALOOY. 

495. 

Walteb Ellsworth 7 {Elijah, Darin . Jo '•'.'■' 
thaniel*), born in Needham, Aug. 26, 1861 : married July 11, 
L890, Jennie, daughter of Richard and Mary (Hayton) Hart) 
Lives :it Salt Lake City. Architect. 

ChUd: 

Flobeni i I'.i.i.i \. May 6, 1 89 1. 



496. 

Eugene Francis 1 {Francis Turner* Asa, .1 iah,' 

Nathaniel'), born at Wrentham, Oct. 5, l s 17. He married in 
Franklin, May 8, L873, Ada A., daughter of Nathaniel and Eliza 
Hawes of Franklin (by Rev. S. W. Squire). Straw-worker.* 

Child: 

i she Hawes, 8 Franklin, Aug. 15, 1^7i'>. 



407. 

Frane Newell 1 (Daniel iV".,' Daniel,' Daniel, 4 Josiah,' 
Nathaniel 2 ), born May !>, 1850; married -Ian. 21, 1^7 1, Mariam 
Turner. lie is a banker at Amboy, Blue Earth Co., Minn. 

( Ihildren : 

i. En , ^.pril 10, 1875 ; m. June 29, 1897, Ole W. John 
ii. Leii \. I)*-'-. :.'. L879. 
iii. Elsie Bej ii . Dec. 7. I • 



498. 

WrNFTELT) V: | Daniel N., f Daniel,' Daniel,* , 
thaniel'), born Jan. 11, 1872; married Oct. 19, L893, Helen R. 

Jordan. He is a hardware dealer at Amboy, Minn. 

( Ihildren : 

Hi ! en M..' Se] •. 23, 18 

♦ Hon. i 

■ 
card 
were surpri 



240 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

499. 

Howard Reuben 7 (Reuben N., 6 Reuben,' Daniel, 4 Josiah, 3 
Nathaniel 2 ), born in Needham, Dec. 25, 1856; married Jan. 24, 
1883, at N. Rochelle, N. Y., Ella Penina Disbrow, born in N. 
Rochelle, N. Y., June 2, 1859. 

500. 

Herbert Stanwood 7 (William S., 6 Reuben, 6 Daniel,* Jo- 
siah, 3 Nathaniel*), born Jan. 25, 1862; died April 19, 1897; 
married in Waltham, Nov. 28, 1889,- Florence E., daughter of 
Freeman W. and Alice M. (Lowe) Hood, born at Norwich, Conn., 
Nov. 28, 1859. 

Child : 

Lijct Alice, 8 Wellesley Hills, Nov. 16, 1890. 



502. 

Walter 7 (Lemuel R., 6 William,* Samuel, 4 Samuel, 3 Na- 
thaniel 2 ), born Aug. 9, 1849; married Ruth Smith. Resides at 
Chicago, 111. 



503. 

Edward Goodhue 7 (Samuel, 6 Samuel, b Jonathan, 4 Samuel, 3 
Nathaniel 2 ) born at Deerfield, May 4, 1846 ; married Oct. 14, 
1875, Mary A. Johnson of Batavia, 111. Lives, a farmer, at 
Garden Grove, Los Angeles Co., Cal. 

Child : . 

Lillian Agnes, 8 Garden Grove, Cal., Feb. 25, 1877. 



504. 

Frederick 7 (Joseph, 6 John,* Jonathan, 4 Samuel, 3 Na- 
thaniel 2 ), born July 6, 1859; married first, at Clark, Dakota, 
July 16, 1885, Eva Belle Brown; she died May 23, 1889. He 
married second, Jan. 31, 1893, Marguerite E. McSpadden. Re- 
sides at Sibley, Iowa, in 1897. 

Child : 

Ruth Lillian, 8 Dec. 7, 1896. 



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505. 

Joseph F.. 7 (Joseph,* John,* Jonathan,* Samuel,* Nathaniel?), 
born May IT, t863; married April 28, L88ff, Kate Befle Webster. 
Banker; residence, Minneapolis, .Minn., in 1897. 

Children : 

i. FRED! KICK W i BS I I B, a JuBM 1, 1888. 
ii. Ki.i/.vi:'. i n Roy, Jan. -I, t89(H 

506. 

Ai.fkkd K. 7 {Edward A'.," Ralph,* Jonathan,* Samuel* X>>- 
thcmie!'), bom Atrg. 23, L863; married March 30, 1887, Harriet 
Fletcher of Lake Benton, Minn. 

Children : 

i. Cecil, 8 Jan. 23, 1888. 

ii. Mildred Rhoda, May 15, 1889. 

ill- Mast Harriet, d. in infancy, aged 2 mos. 

iv. ■Ralph Fletcher, Oct L5, 1891. 

v. Fletcher Ktrkland, Dec 24, L892. 

vi. Marjorib Helen, Sept. 22, 1894. 

vii. Roger Blaine, Sept. 1">, 1895. 

viii. Alexander Edward, Dec. 27, 1896. 



507. 

CiiAKi.K.s i:. 7 {Edward K.,* Ralph,* Jonathan,* Samuel,* 
Nathaniel*'}, born July 3, 1865; married at Detroit, Mich., Sept. 
14, 1893, Kinily L. Warren. 

Child : 

Florence Emily, 8 Aug. 16, 1894. 



519. 

Owes CtJTUBR T (Amdriah,* Nathan,* "Bliphalet,* / r,* 

Robert I, born at Wrentham, Feb. 24, 1811 ; died Sept. 15, 1875. 
He married first, July 16, 1834, Lucy Watson, daughter of Varnum 
and Sophia Mann of Walpole, born Oct. 2, 1808; died Oct. 6, 
1868. He married second, Sept. 21, 1869, olive M. Sinatt, born 
Nov. 11, ls:)7. Hatter. 
15 



242 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

713. i. Edward Cutler, 8 Feb. 20, 1850. 

ii. Margaret S. (adopted) ; m. June 6, 1858, Calvin Guild, 
iii. Arthur Oren, June, 1870 ; d. 1870. 

520. 

Caleb Austin 7 (Amariah, 6 Nathan, 6 Miphalet,* Ubenezer, 3 
Robert*), born at Wrenthani, Dec. 20, 1812; married first, April 
15, 1846, Sarah Cole, daughter of C. M. and Mary A. (Bennett) 
Fisher, born in Wrenthani, May 19, 1824; died Nov. 19, 1867. 
He married second, Dec. 23, 1868, Eunice Jane Whalen, aged 27, 
born at Rockland, Nova Scotia, daughter of John and Phoebe 
(Bennet) Whalen, born Feb. 13, 1842; she died Jan. 15, 1878, 
in W. Rutland. Resides at West Rutland. Farmer and lumber 
sawyer. 

Children, all but two youngest born at Wrenthani : 

714. i. Erastus Austin, 8 Jan. 4, 1847. 

ii. Edson Fisher, Feb. 15, 1851 ; d. Sept. 29, 1852. 

715. iii. Walter Blake, Oct. 20, 1853. 
iv. Josiah Francis, July 9, 1856. 

v. Joseph Edgar, Rutland, Jan. 4, 1869. 
vi. Ella Ydel, Rutland, Jan. 14, 1878. 



521. 



Lyman Smith 7 (Nathan,* Nathan* Eliphalet,* Ebenezer, 3 
fiobert 2 ), born Oct. 23 [Nov. 10, Rec], 1803, in Walpole ; died 
July 17, 1877 ; married April 24, 1825 [1826, Rec], Sarah Turner 
of Randolph, born Feb. 12, 1798 ; died May 18, 1868. "Farmer 
and commission trader between Walpole and Boston for 50 years. 
Lyman D., in the same business for 25 years, is now a farmer on 
Nathan jr's homestead. William F. has the old business, which 
has been for 60 years in the hands of father, son and grandson." 
(1886). 

Children : 

i. Harriet Eliza, 8 July 13, 1826 ; d. June 14, 1892 ; m. Oct. 16, 
1849, in Walpole, Daniel Benson of Sturbridge (b. March 28, 
1824; d. May 16, 1896). Farmer. ■ 

Children, born in Sturbridge : 

1. Harrison, April 25, 1850; d. April 11, 1851. 

2. Lyman, Jan. 10, 1852; farmer; d. 1886, unm. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 

.;. EUa Adelaide, Man!, 18, L854; m. L880, Andre 

Nichols (b. 183 . d. VI i 3, L881). 
I. Harriet Josephine, Sept. 6, 1856. 

5. Siwan /.»■<//„■//,•, .\,,v. !•"., L858 ; d. Oct. 29, 1894, in Cal. 

6. Mary ArdeU, Feb. 7. L861 ; d. Sept. 23, 1887. 

7. /•>> Aforia, July 26, L862 ; m. F b. 2 : 

II. Sprague. 

8. Hannah Elizabeth, Oct LI, I 36 I ; 'I. July 5, inm. 
:». ( 'lam Annie, -Ian. 13, 1867. 

10. 7A////V/ ' Lug. 6, L870. 

ii. Mary Jane, On. 25, L828; d. Feb. II. L893 ; m. March 

L846, George Plympton of Sturbridg '"Medfield" [Wal- 

pole rec] (b. Feb. 28, L820; .1. Feb. 9, 1888). (He farmer, 
wood and lumb r dealer). 

Children, bom in Sturbridge : 

1. George William, June 14, 1847 ; m. Sept. 3, 1875, L 

A.' Bail v. X. wport, R. I. (b. May 27. 1- 12, at W. 
Brookfield). 

2. Sarah Jane, -March 26, L849 ; m. Dec.21, i 

II. Kingsbury of Walpole, carp inter (1>. -Ian. 26, I - 

3. Elmon K, April :.".>. L851 ; <!. April 11. 1855. 

1. James K, Dec. 28, 1859. Lawyer. ( I 

5. Kate L., April 7. L862 ; m. Sept. 15, L885, Alonzo V. 
Andrews (1>. Oct. K, 1848). Foreman in cotton mill. 

iii. Susan At gusi \. Aug. I. L831 ; .1. Aug. •"., 1891 ; m. April 

[Wal. rec., 21], L858, John Oren Gay of X. Abington (b. 
Nov. 18, 1835), shoemaker; now in fish market. 

Children, born in X. Abington, Mat 
V.John Albert, Sept. 12. 1859; m. March 13, 1 

•• Euna" May Toombs of Holbrook I U 1:'. 

L863). 

2. - Bessie", Augusta, Feb. •"». 1861 ; d. Oct. 13, 1861. 
:;. Henry Fremont, Feb. 11, 1863 ; d. M.n-,- 7:.. 

I. Calvin WiUard, July 25, 1864 ; .1. Aug. 26, 1882, unm. 
5. G . hi. .".1. 187 1 ; d. An-. 1 6, 1871. 

718. iv. G Henry, Julj 1'.'. L832 ; d. at Walp 

719. v. Lyman Davis, Oct. 23, 1835. 

vi. Albert Fran< ts, April 3, 1839; '1. a' Walpole, March 4, 18 

522. 

Newell | Vathan,* Nathan,' Miphalet,* Men 
born May 29, L806 5 died al Ashland, May LO, L884. Farmer and 



244 WARE GENEALOGY. 

teamster. He married Jan. 1, 1829 [Holiston rec. says "Oct., 
1828 " ; perhaps intentions], Abigail, daughter of John and Deborah 
Parker of Royalston, born March 15, 1802 ; died at Walpole, Aug. 
29, 1864, "62. 2." 

Child : 

Elizabeth Deborah, 8 Nov. 21, 1829 ; in. Elisha Morse of Ash- 
land (shoemaker). 

Child : 

George Newell, Jan. 31, 1863 ; of Ashland ; a music teacher. 



523. 

Ellis 7 (Nathan,* Nathan," ffliphaUt* Ebenezer* Robert 2 ), 
born Nov. 2, 1810; married Jan. 1, 1833, Nancy S. Holbrook of 
Gardiner, Me., born April 14, 1813. They celebrated their golden 
wedding Jan. 1, 1883. He is a wheelwright and farmer. Lives at 
Sherborn. 

Children : 

i. George Ellis, 8 Oct. 31, 1833 ; d. May 1, 1841 ; drowned in East 
Walpole. 

Grave-stone Rhyme. 

" There is a home not made with hands, 

Eternal and on high, 
And here my spirit waiting stands 

Till God shall bid it fly." 

ii. Emma D., April 25, 1845 ; m. Feb. 14, 1867, Dexter M. Eames 
(b. Nov. 2, 1847), both of Sherborn. 

Children : 

1. Luna Emma, Dec. 18, 1867. 

2. Caroline Maud, Aug. 6, 1875. 

3. Harvey Dexter, Aug. 23, 1879. 

720. iii. Charles Nathan, Sherborn, Sept. 19, 1850. 

iv. Mary Abby or Abby Eunice, Sherborn, June 24, 1858 ; m. 
Nov. 2, 1874, George H. Goulding (b. Dec. 5, 1849), farmer 
of Sherborn. 

Children : 

1. John Ware, March 27, 1876. 

2. George Ellis, Oct. 1, 1879. 

3. Frank R. H., Oct. 31, 1883. 



>vai:i: BENE ULOOI . 2 !•"> 

524. 

N.vniw Fisher' (Nathan? Nathan? Eliphalet? Ebenezer? 
Bobert')iboTD Marcb.30, L813; died in May, L881 ; married ("of 
Walpole") Oet. 28, 1841, in Dedham, Claria&a G. or E. Morse of 
Dedham, born April 8, L819. Teamster, Walpole to Boston ; mail 
carrier. 

Children : 

i. GEORGUNBTA, B Aug. 22, 1842. 

ii. Ci. \i; \ Jane, Jan. 28, 184 5. 

iii. ALBERT. 



,V25. 

John Warren 1 ( Nathan? Nathan? Eliphalet? Ebenezer? 
Robert*), born in Walpole, May 28, 1817; died in Clinton, Dec. 
12, 1861, "44. 6. II": married March L2, 1840, Mary II. Brown 
of Franklin, X. II., born at Andover, X. II., Dec. 23, L823; died 
Not. 30, 1875. Moulder; Clinton. She married second, Nov. 18, 
1872, Alvin W. Lewis (born at Royaktoa) : living at Sterling. 

Children of John Warren ami Mary II. (Brown) "Ware: 

1-22. i. George A., 8 Lowell, Jan. 24, 1843 [Fitchburg rec.]. 
723. ii. Charles W., Clinton, An--. 9, L851. 

iii. Elizabeth F.. Clinton. .March I, L855 ; m. April 28, is7l, in 
Fitchburg, George F. Lewia,aged 22, born in Worcester, .March 
is. L852, son of Alvan W. and Hannah Lewis ; painter. 



531. 

Albert Omeri 7 (Dx/>/? Oliver? Eliphalet^ Ebenezer? 
Robert*), horn July 9, 1811. He ( w of XJxbridge ") married May 

2, is:;.-) (int. in Uxbridge, April 26, is;;;,), Mehltabel, daughter of 
Samuel ami Polly EJawes of Cumberland, B. I- She died in 1V1- 
lingham, Feb. 1, 1876, of pneumonia. 
Children, born in Oxbridge : 

i. Pollt Maria, 8 Sept. 20, 1836; d. March 12, is if. 

ii. Aiir.v Richmond, Sept. 17, 1888; m. Oct L8, I860, Lewis II.. 

son of Borace and Eliza Rockwell, a-. 23. Boi maker, b. 

Hopedale; both rea. Bellingham ; m. bj Rev. Adin Ballon. 

[Milford Rec.] 
iii. Fn.i.r.N Elizabeth, Jmj --".», L840 ; m. Oct. 25, I860, George I'.. 

bob of Horace and Kli/a Rockwood; he 21, l». Milford, lives at 

BeUingham; Bhe 20, of Bellingham; l>v Rev. <■ . - Hill of 

Milfonl. 



246 WARE GENEALOGY. 

532. 

Lyman Stoddard 7 {Duty, 6 Oliver, 5 ffliphalet, 4 Ebenezer 3 
Robert 2 ), born in Milford, 1819; married Nov. 3, 1841, in West 
Wrentham, by S. C. Hewitt, Susan Torrey Wood of Franklin. 
Carpenter; residence, Franklin. 
Children : 

i. Samantha, 8 May 10, 1843 ; d. June 20, 1845. 

ii. Alia Amelia, Nov. 14, 1845 ; d. June 14, 1846. 

iii. Ella Augusta, April 6, 1847 ; ru. Joseph Ware Goulding of 

Sherborn. 
iv. William Henry, Wr., Sept. 22, 1849 ; d. Sept. 2, 1859. 
v. Alb. Stoddard, Wr., Feb. 17, 1852 ; d. May 5, 1853. 
724. vi. Sumner Burlinghame, Wr., Aug. 17, 1856. 



533. 

Gilbert Adams 7 {Duty, 6 Oliver,' Eliphalet,* Ebenezer 3 
Robert 2 ), married ("of Grafton") April 6, 1837, Jannett Shields 
of Franklin. He is a blacksmith. 

Children, recorded in Milford : 

i. Mary Ann, 8 Grafton, Aug. 28, 1838. 
ii. Olive Janette, Providence, R. L, Feb. 13, 1840. 
iii. Emma Eyre, Franklin, April 29, 1844, " of Gilbert, blacksmith." 
[Milford rec. says "April 29, 1845."] 

v , ^ ,.-»i .^%m~ J*- 

v Edward Young 7 (Ettas, 6 Ettas, 5 Timothy, 4 Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), 
born Nov. 27, 1811; died July 27, 1877, in St. Louis, Mo.; 
married Aug. 13, 1837, Susan Amelia, daughter of Lemuel and 
Susan (Burr) Brown, born March 4, 1816;fdied Feb. 13, 1870. - ^ 
Children : C^f^.An^f ** 

i. ^LuiLiSib*, Wilde, 8 Feb. 7, 1840. 
724a. ii. William Eliot* Sept. 16, 1841. -J . O, _- 3-Sl /-f 12- ' 



536a. 

Elias Henry 7 {Ettas, 6 Mias, 5 Timothy,* Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), 
born April 2, 1818 ; died at Waverly, O., Nov. 7, 1882 ; married 
June 17, 1845, Elizabeth Jane Howard. She married second, 
Frederick Schlagel ; lived at Chillicothe, O., in 1898. 



WABB GENEALOGY. 2 I < 

Children : 

i. Ann,' March 17. 1846; -1. Aug. 27, 1847. 

ii. Wiur, Oct. 18, L847. 

724$. iii. John \\<>\\ \i:i». Nov. 6, 1849. 

iv. Ki.u \ II.. Au-. 17, 1852; .I. on. in, I860. 

v. Sarah II.. Julj 20, 1854 ; m. John Hollowaj i they live on ;i 
farm aear Ne^i ton, Cane 

vi. Si -w Mii.im>\, Feb. 17, L857. Lives at Chillicothe, Ohio. 

vii. Cabbie, March 23, I860; d. March 5, I hi: I. 

viii. James Edwabd, Jan. 8, 1862 ; died in hospital at Gallipolis, 0. 

724c. i\. Henbi I'.i i\-. Maj 1". L864. 

.\. Floyd, Nov. 7. L866; <1. .Tun.' 24, 1887. 



537. 

Robert* I llen 7 ( Preston," El !</<,'* Timothy,* Robert? Robert*), 
born Dec. -, l' s <>-">, at Wrentham; died in Baltimore, Md., Aug. 
5, 1884; married Sept. 3, 1829, Evelina Carroll of Haltiiuon- : 
she died March 14, 1866, aged 58. 

Children : 

i. Evelina Carroll, 8 Fishkill, N. Y.. May L6, L832. 

ii. Mabia Elizabeth, Wrentham, March 1, 1834 ; d. Aug, 27, 1*80, 
num. 

iii. Robebt Lorenzo, Baltimore, Dec. 30, 1838; d. Feb. 2. L839. 

iv. Vtbginia, Baltimore, April 25, 1840; m. Dec. 9, 1868, Edmund 
Simon. 

Child: 

Eveline Carrol, Baltimore, Nov. 2, 1874. 

v. Maby, Baltimore, Maj 2, 18 12. 
725. vi. Robebt Galen, Jb., Baltimore, Aug. 13, 1848. 



538. 

Lorenzo Dow 7 (Preston,* Elias,* Timothy,* Robert,' Robert*), 
born at Wrentham, July 1<>, L809; died Nov. II. 1839; married 
Aug., 1833, Melinda Jane, daughter of Elias Ware, No. 267. 

Children : 

i. Ellen Jane, 8 -Inly 27, 1834; m. 1st, in 1857, Ephraim 1.. 
Cheever. She m. 2d, in L872, William P. Armstrong. 

ii. Adelaide, <1. young. 



248 WARE GENEALOGY. 

'■- *" 

iii. Eudora Melinda, Aug. 26, 1838 ; m. 1st, Charles S. Blood, in 
1859. 

Children : 

1. Henry S. 

2. Ellen, m. Walter Wynne, Butte,. Mod tana. She m. 2d, 

1873, Henry Warrington. ,j^< 

539. 

Preston, Jr. 7 {Preston, 6 Ellas, 6 Timothy, * Robert , s Robert 2 ), 
born Aug. 13, 1821; died Feb. 1, 1890; married June 16, 1846, 
Lavinia (daughter of Alonzo Lilly of Newton) Lilly of Baltimore, 
Md. Her ancestry is traced to Capt. Miles Standish of the Plymouth 
Colony. 

" A well known boot and shoe dealer of Baltimore and Boston, 
and a very able chess player. He met across the board every cele- 
brated player since Morphy, and was recognized as one of the pillars 
of American chess." [Baldwinsville paper.] 

Children : 

726. i. Francis Alden, 8 Baltimore, April 12, 1850. 

ii. Mary Lily, Baltimore, Feb. 20, 1853; d. at Newton, March 12, 
1864. 

727. iii. Charles Howard, Baltimore, Jan. 10, 1855. 

728. iv. Bruce Richardson, Newton, Dec. 30, 1857. 



540. 

James 7 {James, 6 Ellas, 6 Timothy,* Robert, 3 Robert 9 ), born 
July 2, 1819; died at Everett, April 11, 1883. He married in 
Boston, Annie Sneeden of Annapolis, Nova Scotia. 

Children, born in Everett, Mass. : 

i. Evelyn Pierront, 8 South Maiden, Nov. 8, 1861 ; d. April 14, 
1891, unm. Bur. at Woodlawn Cemetery. 
729. ii. Norman W., June 12, 1864. 



541. 

Paschal Paolt Pope 7 {James, 6 Ellas, 6, Timothy,* Robert,* 
Robert 2 ), born June 12, 1820; died at Everett, Oct. 20, 1882; 
married Lucy D. Lewis. 

Children, born in Everett : 

i. Lucy E., 8 m. Oct. 28, 1880, Theodore H. Pierce (aged 24). 
730. ii. Paschal P., m. May 13, 1890, Lora D. Ward. 



WARE GENE VLOQY. 2 l'.» 



542. 

JosefhO.' (James* Elias,* Timothy,* Robert* Robert*), born 
Nov. 7, L824; died Nov. •"», 1897; married in Boston, Sept. L3, 
L856, Harriel <'., daughter <>f Rev. Stephen Lewis, bora Feb. 21, 
1829, at Jefferson, Me. Resides in New York City. 

Children : 

i. IIakkiii- K., s Dec. 21, 1857 ; <1. Dec. 7, 1858. 

ii. Josephine F... June 1, L869; m. in New York, Sept - r >, 1 S88, 
.Minion 1 1. Varmilye. 

Children : 

1. Marion Hazel, Ami:. 11, L892. 

2. Joseph Williams, Sept. 1, 1895. 



543. 

Addison PiEnroxT 7 {James* Elias,* Timothy* Robert* 
Robert*), bora at Medfield, Aug. 27, L829, "of James and Eliza 
(Pope) from Wrentham." Married in Springfield, May 26, 1852, 
Sarah B., daughter of James Sanderson, horn in X. J. about 1829. 
Removed to Boston. 

Children, born in Springfield: 

i. Eliza Pope, 8 Aug. 6, 1853 ; d. July 11, 1862. 

ii. James Piebpont, Sept. 18, L863; d. July 1, 1870. 

iii. George Ai>mson, Jan. 20, 1869 ; d. Sept. 4, 1869. 



544. 

Samuel Coverly 7 (Ephraim G.,* Elias,* r nn>of/n/, A Robert,' 
Robert*), horn in Boston, Aug. 12, 1818; died at Newton, Jan. 17, 

1.^78. He married Harriet Maria Swett of AVorecster, born March 

18, 1S2S. 



547. 

Edwin A.' (Addison,* Elias,* Timothy, 4 Robert,' Robert*), 
born Aug. 20, L832; died duly 28, 1885, at Sweel Springs, 
Missouri. He married Julienne, daughter of Louis and Mary 
Delpbinc Bennette of Bordeaux, Frame. 

Children : 

i. Addison C,« Dec. 23, L85Q ; <1. Feb. 24, 1862. 
16 



250 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ii. Mary E., Jan. 23, 1862. 

iii. Anna A., Aug. 15, 1865 ; m. Oct. 19, 1890, Benjamin W. Crain. 

iv. Guy C, June 20, 1867 ; d. Oct. 23, 1870. 

v. Louis Edwin, Nov. 18, 1877. 



548. 

Addison 7 {Addison, 6 Elias,* Timothy,* Robert, 3 Robert*), 
born Feb. 22, 1835 ; died July 16, 1894, in N. Y. He married 
Mary Ann Crane. No children. 



550. 

Elias 7 (Willard, 6 Samuel, b Jonathan,* Robert, 3 Robert*), 
born at Franklin in 1823. Lived in Woonsocket, R. I. ; died April 
12, 1894. He married Harriet, daughter of Willard and Mary 
H. Grant of Cumberland; she died of paralysis, Dec. 29, 1894, 
aged 73. 

Child, born in Franklin : 

Emma Frances, 8 Aug. 26, 1849. 



551. 

Rufus 7 (Pliny, 6 Asaph,* Henry, 4 Robert 3 Robert 2 ), born 
(perhaps) in Montague, Dec. 18, 1811; married Nov. 10, 1869, 
Amelia Wright. He died Jan. 21, 1898, at Montague. No issue. 



552. 

Pliny Clark 7 (Pliny, 6 Asaph, 5 Henry, 4 Robert, 3 Robert*), 
born in Montague, Oct. 3, 1820; married first, Nov. 29, 1849, 
Nancy, daughter of John and Clarissa Chilson, born in Buckland, 
Nov. 11, 1825; died in Montague, Jan. 24, 1867. He married 
second, Jan. 1, 1868, Bathsheba, widow of Julius Rice. 

Child : 

731. George Honford, 8 Nov. 12, 1850. 



55* 



o. 



Chandler 7 (Ariel, 6 Asaph, 5 Henry, 4 Robert, 3 Robert*), born 
April 30, 1809 ; married on the first Thursday in December, 1833, 



WABE GENEALOGY, 251 

Mariah Crawfurd or n Crofut," of Bellingham, Yt. lie is a farmer, 
on the Henry Chandler farm in Wilmington, Yi. v 

Child : 

Hi urn C." 



554. 

Schuyler' (Ariel,* Asaph,* Henry, 4 Robert,' Robert') , born 
March 9, L812; married Feb. 28, 1845, Harriet Gained. Resi- 
dence, Wilmington, Yt. 

Children : 

i. Okkin. 8 
ii. AdELBERT. 

iii. Herbert. 
iv. Hat hk. 
v. Harvey. 
vi. William. 



555. 

Ariel 7 (Ariel;* Asaph, 11 Henry,* Robert,' Robert*), born Jan. 
20, 1816; married Nov. 15, 1840, Mary Tanner. 
Child : 

II KM AN. 8 



556. 

Charles B.' (Ariel,* Asaph, 1 Henry* Robert,' Robert'), born 
May •">, 1818 (not recorded) ; married Oct. 9, L845, Luana Cole- 
man. He resided in Wilmington, Yt. ; died Feb. 8, 1901. 

Children : 

i. Flora, 8 m. Calvin E. Carpenter. Lives al Wilmington, Yi. 
Child: 
A daughter, m. Charles L. Griffin. 

ii. Alice, m. Mr. Carpenter (brother of C E. Carpenter). 
iii. Charles. Lives on the tana with lather. la married and has a 
Bon. 

iv. Fred, d. young. 

v. I.i -in., lives in Brooklyn, N. Y. 



252 WARE GENEALOGY. 



556a. 

Alfred 7 (Asajrfi, 6 Asaph 5 Henry 4 Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born 
Oct. 23, 1824; died Oct., 1862; married. 

Child : 

Coridan, 8 resided in Hampden, 0., in 1898. 



5566. 

Edwin Lewis 7 (Asaph, 6 Asaph, 5 Henry,* Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), 
born in Hampden, O., Sept. 15, 1832; married May 16, 1855, 
Mary E., daughter of Matthew and Emily (Wiswall) Coon, born 
June 24, 1835. He resides on a 200 acre farm, one and a half miles 
west from Coggon, la. 

Children : 

732. i. Milo Lewis, 8 Dec. 1, 1858. 

ii. Edna Adel, June 24, 1862 ; m. Dec. 27, 1887, Jacob, son of 
Cyrus and Eliza (Ramsey) Hunter (b. Feb. 18, 1852). 
Children, born at Coggon, la. : 

1. Alice, May 11, 1889. 

2. Mary, Aug. 3, 1890. 

3. Lois, Jan. 24, 1893. 

4. Edwin, Aug. 30, 1894. 

iii. Rena Emily, May 28, 1865 ; m. Dec. 31, 1885, Ira E. Ondler, 
son of Phillip and Sarah (Sherrets) Ondler (b. Jan. 23, 1863). 
iv. Alfred Victor, Sept. 26, 1869. 
v. Lily May, Jan. 4, 1874. 

733. vi. Matthew Asaph, Sept. 3, 1875. 

vh. Maud Elizabeth, May 29, 1879; m. Dec. 21, 1899, Lewis A. 
Hinton. 



556c. 

Wesley 7 (Nathan 6 Nathan," Ichabod, 4 Robert, 3 Robert 2 ) 
born in Whitefield, Me., Jan. 18, 1825 ; died in Cambridge, Mass. 
in March, 1895. Resided at Cambridge. 

He married Adeline Fuller. He was a contractor and builder. 

Children, born in Cambridge : 

733a. i. Albert Lincoln, 8 July 27, 1860. 
7336. ii. Gilbert Nathan, Nov. 22, 1863. 



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556d. 

Willabd William 1 {Everett? Nathan,* Tchabod* Robert, 1 
Robert*), born Sept. 21, 1824; died Maj 22, 1892; married Deo. 
1, 1855 (int.), Urania M. Davis of Jefferson, Lincoln Co. She 
married second, A.ug. 2, 1893, ;it Wrentham, Leonard l'easleu of 

Wl.itrtiH.l. 

( Ihildren, born in WTiitefield, Me. : 

i. Henrietta, 8 June 1 I, L856 ; m. James W. Jewett, of W. 
Children : 
J. Alice Jf., Jane 3, l s ~7. 

2. Hannah A'.. July 31, 1878. 

3. George FT., Dec. 9, 1880. 

1. Bertie A., March L5, L884. 
5. Ida May, Aug. 11, 1886. 

0. Clarence £„ Oct. -J, 1S88. 

7. 4r*Aur -A, March 26, 1892, 

8. £Vere« If.. May 19, 1895. 

784. ii. Benjamin K„ A hit. 2.">. 1858. 

iii. Fanni B. (• youngest"), Oct. 18, 1864; m. (int. Dec. 17, 1879), 
George B. Cookson of Windsor (b. July 25, 1848). 

Children : 

1. Mary 11, Oct. 1-"), 1882. 

2. Horace A., Jan. 29, 1884. 

3. Lizzie M., May 17, 1885. 

4. Luoj J/.. .July 14, 1893. 



556e. 

Rufus A. 7 {Everett, 9 X<ith<n>, : > Ichabod* Robert," Robert), 
born Jan. 2, L829 ; married (int. Jan. 2, 1858), Margaret A. 
Choate, both of Whitcfield ; she died May 26, 1895. 

Children, born in Whitefield, Me. : 

i. Frank E., 8 Am-. 22, L858 ; d. March 9, L864. 
ii. Forres i E., Sept. 28, 1867. 
iii. Leslie A., May 7. 1875. 

556/ 

Obed 7 {Joseph,* Obi d, Tchabod,* Robert,' Roh rif), born April 
28, 1816; removed to Pittston. He married, May 20, 1840, Mary 
Ann Choate of Whitefield, born June 5, L821. 



254 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Mary N., 8 Feb. 19, d. May 10, 1841. 

ii. John W. F., Aug. 4, 1842 ; d. Aug. 29, 1861. 

735. iii. Charles F., Feb. 20, 1845 ; d. July, 1883. 
iv. Obed A, Nov. 27, d. Dec. 28, 1847. 

v. Mary Ella, March 31, 1850; in. Nov. 11, 1879, George L. 
Blair of Pittston (b. May 11, 1836; d. Feb. 8, 1886). 

Child : 
George E., Sept. 18, 1883. 

vi. Anne Maria, June 23, 1853; m. (int. Dec. 20, 1869), Fessen- 
den B. Turner of Whitefield. 

Children : 

1. Amy Ella, Sept. 18, 1874; m. Jan. 1, 1896, Dexter 

Kensell. 

2. Ethel May, Sept. 20, 1876. 

3. Eva Louisa, Dec. 29, 1880. 

736. vii. Nathan F., Dec. 20, 1856. 

viii. Obed Edgar, April 22, 1859 , d. at Whitefield, Oct. 11, 1893. 



556gr. 

Nathan 7 {Joseph, 6 Obed, b Ichabod,* Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born 
in Whitefield, Me., May 27, 1818; married Jan. 19, 1847, Mariah 
C. Kennedy of Jefferson, Me. 

Child : 

Eva, 8 d. young. 

556/*. 

Timothy 7 (Josejyh, 6 Obed, b Ichabod, 4 Robert, 3 Robei-t"), born 
at Whitefield, Me., Oct. 26, 1820; married (int. Nov. 5, 1860), 
Sophronia Blodgett of Pittston. 

Children, born in Whitefield : 

737. i. William H., 8 Dec. 9, 1862. 

738. ii. George P., Sept. 22, 1864. 

iii. Joseph F., March 22, 1867 ; d. Dec. 22, 1896. 

iv. Nellie M., Sept. 22, 1869 ; m. at Jefferson (she of W.), June 
10, 1893, Levi. G. Hathaway of Bourne, Mass. 

v. Sadie L., March 25, 1871 ; m. at E. Pittston, Dec. 12, 1892, 
Frank B. Ellis of Sagamore, Mass. 



w \K\: QBNB ILOGY. 255 

Children: 

1. Leslie /•'., Rffa; 7. L893. 

2. Helen .1/.. March 20, I- 

55 1 it. 

David, Jr.' {David, Obcd, : ' Tchabod,* Robert,* Robert*), l)orn 
Sept. 25, 1830; married, "of Alna," March L0, 1859, Mary E. 
Welch of Whitefield. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Edward Everett, 8 Aug. 29, 1861. 

ii. Abbie Lizzie, Nov. 7, 1864 ; m. Chadhourne. 

Child: 

Clarence Z.. March 29, 1889. 

iii. ( lrleton E., Feh. 26, 1868. 

iv. Ni i.i.v M., Feb. 17, L873. 



556/. 

Obed 7 (David, 9 Obed,' Tchabod, 4 Robert,* Robert"'), born [in 
Whitefield, Me.], April 1, 18:58 ; ,ii,,i Dec. 3, 1894; marriedfirst, 
April ">, L864, Lllen C. Lewis of Hudson, Muss. 11(3 married 
second, Nnv. 25, 187 1, at Hudson, Lucy Danforth. Resided in 

Hudson. No children. 



556J&. 

Philander IIartwkll 7 (David, Obed, 5 Tchabod,* Robert,* 
Robert' 1 ), born April 10, 1846; married Nov. 25, 18(57, at Hud- 
son, Mass., Sara Lewis. Resides in Hudson. 



557. 

William Goodrich 7 (Josiah EI.,' Joseph,' Tchabod, 4 Robert,' 
Robert?), born at E. Medway, Feb. 17. L832; married Feb. 7, 

18")!), Anireline IC, daughter of Henry and Jane (Thayer) Ellia of 
Medway; she died of consumption, March 29, 1856. Be married 
second, dune 7, 1857, Jane F., daughter of Henry and Jane ( Thayer) 
Ellis, willow of Francis Parker Daniels of Medway. Lives in Ded- 

hani ; M.L). 



256 WARE GENEALOGY. 



558. 



Augustus Lyman 7 {Josiah Holbrook, 6 Joseph, 5 Ichabod, 4 

Robert, 2 Robert 2 ), born in E. Medway, Oct. 14, 1838; married 

Oct. 6, 1875, Inez Alberti, daughter of Albert and Hannah Miller 

(Boyd) Reed, born at Calais, Me., July 31, 1845. Live in Millis. 

Children : 

i. Hannah Boyd, 8 Oct. 10, 1876. 

ii. Arthur Hale, Aug. 8, 1880. 

iii. Augustus Vernon, March 29, 1883 ; d. Oct. 8, 1884. 

iv. Inez Alberti, March 29, 1883. 



559. 

Marcellus Austin 7 {Josiah, 6 Joseph, 5 Ichahod,* Robert," 
Robert 2 ), born Jan. 16, 1845. (Medway.) Besides at Millis. 
He and his brother, Augustus L., are organ-pipe makers in E. Med- 
way. He married July 9, 1896, Mrs. Mary Joanna (Clark) 
Plummer, daughter of Putnam Richardson and Mary B. (Perige) 
Clark of Millis. 



561. 

Edmund Asa 7 (AsaB., 6 Joseph, 5 Ichabod,* Robert, 3 Robert'), 
born in Wrentham, Dec. 22, 1837 ; was educated in the public 
schools of Wrentham, at the Academy in Norwich, Conn., and Yale 
College, where he was graduated in 1863. While in college he 
conceived the plan of doing a large work for the education of the 
negro. With this in mind he taught two years in the Free Academy 
in Norwich, then served one year as principal of one of the newly- 
organized public schools of Nashville, Tenn. In 1866 he went to 
Atlanta, Ga. , under the auspices of the American Missionary Associ- 
ation. In 1867 he was appointed superintendent of schools for the 
State of Georgia under the Freedmen's Bureau ; in 1869 he was 
elected president of Atlanta University, in which he did noble service 
till his death, Sept. 25, 1885. 

He married at Plantsville, Conn., Nov. 10, 1869, Sarah Jane, 
daughter of Edward and Selina Delight (Carter) Twichell, born at 
Southington, Conn., June 28, 1844; she died Feb. 17, 1890. 

Children : 

i. Katharine, 3 June 15, 1872 ; m. June 15, 1898, George Milton 
Smith of Plantsville, Conn. 



WAKi: GENEALOGY. 257 

Children: 

1. Alice Bbldslip, March '-'7, L899. 

2. Edmund Ware, Deo. 10, 1900. 

ii. Edward Twi< hell, March 24, 187 I : a student in Union Theo- 
logical Seminary, New Xork City, in 1901. 
iii. Gertri de Hi ntington, A.ug. 8, 1877. 
iv. Olive, July L0, L881. 



562. 

George Bentley' {Timothy* Ebenezer,' Tchabod, 4 Robert,' 
Rob n "i, born at Wrentham, March 11, 1846; married first, April 
18, I s Tl'. Elizabeth W., daughter of Dim. Edwin and Eliza Blake, 

and widow of Day; she died Sept. 15, 1878. II<' married 

second, Feb. 4, 1880, Sarah W. Litchfield, born Jan. 13, 1859. 
Residence, Wrentham. 

Children : 

i. Josephine Ethel, 8 Nov. 10, 1873. 
ii. Mary Ella, May 27, 1881. 
iii. Charles Bentlet, Oct. 31, 1882. 
iv. Ai:i:i M \i:i\. Oct. 16, 1884. 
v. Ellen Elizabeth, Jan. 6, 1887. 
vi. Kmii.y Loi [SA, Feb. 24, 1889. 
vii. George Claim nce, May 17, 1890. 
viii. Sarah Matilda, July 19', 1891. 
ix. Frank Ernest, Jan. 23, 1883. 
x. Caroline Prances, Dec. 16, 1804. 



563. 

Edmund Richardson' (Cyrus, 6 Cyrus,'' Tchabod,* Robert' 
Robert*), born at Wrentham, Sept. 26, 1834; married Sept. 15, 
ls")S, in Providence, R. I., Mary Davis Wilkinson, born in Wren- 
tham, July 13, 1840. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Louie Erville, 8 Ne* Bedford, Nov. 15, 1868. Cornell 1892. 
R iides al Worcester. 

ii. Irving Vi< roR, Worcester, Aug. 6, 1874; d. in Worcester, May 
1 1. 1875. 



258 WARE GENEALOGY. 

564. 

Erastus 7 (Vinal* Jason," Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Robert*), born 
Sept. 27, 1834; lives at Union, Me.; married June 5, 1861, 
Julia F. Metcalf of Hope, Me. 
Children : 

i. Sarah L., 8 April 14, 1865 ; m. Feb. 3, 188G, Fred S. Burgess. 
Children : 

1. Mabel, Jan. 18, 1887. 

2. A Son, Feb. 14, 1889. 

ii. Mary E., Feb. 15, 1868. 

iii. Eva E., Oct. 15, 1873. 

iv. Herbert Vinal, Feb. 12, 1878. 

565. 

Jason 7 (Jabez, 6 Jason," Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Robert*), born Jan. 
27, 1837 ; married June, 1861, Sarah A. Field. Resides at Lin- 
colnville, Me. 

Children : 

i. Lilabel, 8 May 7, 1862 ; d. Sept. 18, 1865. 

ii. Sarah Anne, Feb. 7, 1866. 

iii. Arthur Henry, Dec. 25, 1871. 

iv. Lillie Eveline, Nov. 30, 1874; d. Feb. 1, 1889. 

v. Olive Susan, Oct. 5, 1878. 

vi. Jennie Estella, July 4, 1886. 



567. 

Jabez Gilbert 7 (Jabez, 6 Jason ^ Jabez, 4 Michael,' 1 Robert*), 
born July 10, 1844; married March 31, 1869, Ella Field. Was 
divorced, and married second, Mary L. Richardson. 

Children : 

i. Charlotte C., 8 April 8, 1870. 

ii. Eliza Gertrude, Dec. 22, 1871 ; d. Aug. 22, 1888. 

iii. Minnie Belle, April 2, 1874; d. July 10, 1875. 

iv. Erastus G., March 6, 1883. 

v. N. Augustine, Dec. 3, 1884. 

vi. Flora M., Jan. 13, 1887. 

vii. Sadie L., Jan. 6, 1888 ; d. April 3, 1889. 



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viii. Fran* II., July 25, L890. 

ix. GrA< i L., April 1 , L892. 

x. Bertie Ever] r, ] ,,,.,, , s , 1 894. 
xi. K\ ii. Hi B ri i.i. \, j 

\ii. Oscab Wallace, Sept. 25, 1896. 



568. 

Albert Pond 1 (Benjamin P., G Amos,' Jabez,* Michael,' 
Robert*), born at Franklin, Aug. 3, 1813; died .it Andover, No- 
vember, 1**0; married Elizabeth A., daughter of Col. Benjamin 
Abbott of Andover (born in Worcester). Lived at Providence, 
R. I., and at Worcester. "Ware, Pratt & ('o. Clothing." In 
boyhood and early manhood lived in the families of Erastus 8 and 
Horace. 8 He left a large estate, and at his death distributed it 
among his friends and cousins. [1>. E. W. j 

Children, both of whom died unmarried before their parents : 

i. Cb lrles Albert 8 . 
ii. Susan. 



569. 

Charles Mawney 7 (Benjamin P., 8 Amos:," Jabez,* Michael,* 
Robert*), born in Franklin, Aug. 23, 1815; married December, 
1847, .Martha Sheldon [Angclsdon?] of Johnson, R. I. Lives 
at New London, Conn. 

Child: 

740. Charles Benjamin, 8 Worcester, April 13, 1850. 



570. 

Horace 1 (Erastus,* Amos,* Jabez,* Michael,* Robe rt*) t born 
at Salem, May 11, L820; died there, May 2, 1891 ; married Dec. 
26, 1844, Lucy Ann Wardwell. 

( 'hildren, born in Salem : 

i. George Barker, 8 Salem, Jan. 7, 1846. 

ii. Frank, Sept 27, L848; d. in 1872; lost at sea. 



571. 

Benjamin I\, : ( Ei-fts/H.*,* Amos,' Jabez,* Michael,* Robert*), 

born April 9, 1822; married in Sal. in, Oct. 29, 1846, Hannah, 



2 GO WARE GENEALOGY. 

daughter of John and Hannah (Upham) Clifton of Salem (born at 
Castine, Me., Sept. 16, 1823. [See Upham Family.] 
Children : 

i. Mary Helen, 8 Oct. 7, 1848; m. Jan. 6, 1873, at Marblehead, 
Stephen C, son of Joseph and Clara (dan. of Erastus Amos 
Ware) Rose (b. April 26, 1839 ; d. July 27, 1896). 
Children : 

1. Ethel, May 19, 1880 ; drowned at Sea Bluffs, April 7, 

1883. 

2. Alice, Danvers, Feb. 23, 1882 ; d. Oct. 31, 1889. 

3. Robert Ware, Dec. 22, 1883. 

4. Clarissa, April 16, 1888. 

5. Stephen Darwin, Dec. 15, 1889. 

ii. Robert O, Canterbury, Conn., April 8, 1853 ; M. I. Technology ; 

d. June 25, 1883 ; unm. 
iii. John F., Feb. 20, d. Sept. 15, 1861. 
iv. Clara R, July 30, 1866; d. March 9, 1867. 



572. 

Erastus Daravin 7 (also known as Darwin Erastus) (Erastus,* 
Amos, b Jabez,* Michael, 3 Robert 2 ), born Feb. 11, 1831 ; died 
April 2, 1897; married at Washington, D. C, May 26, 1868, 
Adelaide Frances Dickey. Lawyer in Boston. 

Child : 

Richard Darwin, 8 Marblehead, May 26, 1869 ; H. C 1890 ; 
H. Law Sch., 1893. Lawyer, Boston. 



573. 

Daniel Leander 7 (Amos, 6 Amos, 6 Jabez,* Michael, 3 Robert 2 ), 
born May 15, 1823 ; died Nov. 4, 1887 ; married April 5, 1842, 
Eunice, daughter of Aaron and Eunice Wheeler, also of Fitchburg 
(born March 13, 1809 ; died June 23, 1873, at Paxton). 

Children : 

i. Horace, 8 1843 ; d. aged 4 days, 
ii. Mary, Jan. 8, 1844 ; d. Oct. 8, 1859. 
iii. Albert, July 4, 1847; d. April 19, 1853. 

iv. Adeline E. (or D.), Sept. 18, 1855; m. Oct. 24, 1882, Nelson 
T., son of John A. and Rosa L. Frhik (b. Spencer, aged 25). 



w \i:k <;i:m: u.ocjv. 261 



Children : 

1. Albert Nelson, Dec. i'-, L884. 

2. II', ili,;- Adams, Jan. 8, l s <S7. 

3. Mary Eunice, Ma\ 7. 1889. 

•1. Arthur Howard, Sept .'5, 18%. 



.nl. 



Benjamin F. 7 (Amos* Amos,* Jabez,* Michael* Robert*), 
born in Paxton, April 3, 18.")"); died Dec. ">, 1877; married at 
Providence, K. I., Dec. 11, 1871, (Mrs.) Martha A. (Stone) 
Wetherby. Residence Worcester^ 

Children : 

742. i. Charles P., 8 July 7, 1872. 

743. ii. Borace L., Feb. 23, 1875. 

iii. Minnie E., May 22, 1878 ; d. Worcester, March 29, 180 1. 



575. 

Ehastus Davis 7 (Horace, 6 Amox,'-' Jabez,* Michael* Robert*), 
born at Salem, Dec. 16, 1820; died at Swampscott, Dec. 5, 181*1 ; 
married Dec. 10, 1846, Angeline Carroll of Lynn (born Jan. 2, 
1824; died Nov. 19, 1897). 

Children : 

7 11. i. Henry iRvrxo, 8 Sept. 11, 1847. 

745. ii. Willabd C, Oct. 3, 1849. 

iii. An mi . July 12, 1856 ; d. July 30, 1858. 

iv. Annie, Aug. 23, 1858; m. Feb. L0, 1890, Neal M. Beede. 

v. Edward L., Jan. 2G, 1802; d. May 30. 1877. 

vi. Albert D., Aug. 3, 1S66; d. Nov. 30, 1869. 



57(3. 

Horace Cornelius 1 {Horace,* Amos,* Jabez,* Mich . 
Robert*), born June 8, 1825; married first, April -">, 1850, Ilnlda 
V. Hanson of Lynn, born May 22, 1820; died April 30, 1883. 
He married Becond, April 28, 1885, Dora Rose Remick of Reading, 
Mass., born in New York City, Nov. 9, L862. 

Child, born a! Salem : 

Horace V., 8 Feb. 14, 1886. 



262 WARE GENEALOGY. 

577. 

Alfred F. 7 {Horace, 6 Amos, 5 Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 Robert*), born 
Feb. 22, 1830; married May 28, 1860, Hannah E. Varney, born 
Jan. 8, 1833, at Farmington, N. H. 

Child, born in Salem : 

William V., 8 Feb. 12, 1862. 



580. 

Stephen V. 7 (Lewis, 6 Abiel, b Michael,* Michael, 3 Robert 2 ), 
born at Winehendon in 1812 ; died Dec. 22, 1893. Farmer at 
Gardner. He married in Fitchburg, May 9, 1867, Charlotte A., 
daughter of Abel and Roselma (Naramore) Marshall of Fitchburg, 
born about 1840. Resided at Ashburnham and Gardner. 

Children : 

i. Mabkl Marshall, 8 Ashburnham, May 9, 1868; m. May 9, 

1892, Frank C. Blood (b. West Grotoii, 1867). 
ii. Henry Augustus, Fitchburg, Feb. 14, 1870 or 1871. 
hi. George Franklin, Gardner, Feb. 21, 1874. 
iv. Annie Eloise, Jan. 10, 1877. 
v. Oscar Eliott, Oct. 5, 1879. 



581. 

Lewis 7 (Lewis, 8 Abiel, b Michael,* Michael, 3 Robert 2 ), born at 
Cumberland, R. I. [Nov. 22, 1816] ; died at Fitchburg, March 22, 
1873. He married Mary L., daughter of Henry and Polly Under- 
wood, born in Wardsboro', Vt., in 1819. She married second, 
aged 59, June 5, 1878, in Fitchburg, George B., son of Nathaniel 
and Anna Naramore of Lunenburg (his second marriage). He was 
aged 56 ; born in Richmond, N. H. Married by Rev. Charles 
Burnham, Newfane, Vt. 

Children of Lewis and Mary L. Ware, born at Wardsboro', Vt. : 

i. Maria. 8 

747. ii. Oscar Tyler, July 23, 1841. 

748. hi. Fayette D. [1846]. 

iv. Mary J., [1853] ; m. June 1, 1871, in Fitchburg, John M. Stone, 
aged 28, a carpenter. He was b. in Stanstead, Canada E., son 
of Simon and Sarah (Drew) Stone. 
Child : 

Charles Stone, ni. Jessie Morrison of Fitchburg. 



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582. 

Samuel Morse' (Lewis HV Abiel,' Michael/ Michael,' 
Robert*), born in Winchendon, May 13, 1818; died at Eureka, 
Kansas, March 20, L895. Farmer. He married first, Arvilla M. 
Stockwell; she died at Fitchburg, Feb. ">, L868. He married 
Becond, in Fitchburg, aged 51, "of F.," Now 18, 1869, Lucinda 
"(Shedd) Wilcox, daughter of Sullivan and Phoebe (Dodge) Shedd, 
aged 29 (her third marriage) ; she was born in Sharon, \. II. She 
died in Westminster, <>et. ">, 1*7:!. lie married third, Feb. o'. 
is";;, "at Westminster," Abbey X., daughter of David and Fanny 
(Robinson) Kemp of Westminster, born in 1843 at Deerfield (her 
first marriage). He removed in 1884 from South Deerfield to 
Kansas. 

( Ihildren : 

i. German, 8 was stat >l>. -<1 in Kansas City. 
ii. I'. i.win 1').. resides at Eureka, Kans.i-.. 

iii. Francis S., South Deerfield, July 2, L876. Resides al W. Gard- 

iii r. 



589. 

Kendrick' (Mantu,' James,' Michael,* Michael, 2 Robert*), 
resided at Buckland ; married Nancy M. Webber or \\ ikler. 

Children : 

i. Adelaide. 8 
ii. Frederick. 
7 19. iii. Azro W. 



591. 

Henry 1 (Frederick II.,' Frederick,' Jonathan,* Jonathan,' 
Robert*), horn in Pomfret, Vt., Feb. 1-', 1825; married Oct. 22, 
L855, Ellen Darling. Resided at X. Williston, Vt., in L898. 



595. 

Carlos L.' | /-■ on n-J V Fredi rick, John,* Jonathan,' Robt rt*), 
born al Pomfret, Vt., May 5, 1832; died July 1, 1886; married 
dan. 13, 1859, Mrs. Mary Wright. (She had time Wright chil- 
dren ; one, Mr-. E. F. Gage of Albert Lea, Minn. , died July 1, 
1886). 



264 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Julia, 8 Jan. 15, 1860; d. March 17, 1861. 
750. ii. James William, Aug. 4, 1862. 

iii. Jessie Florence, July 9, 1864 ; m. Dec. 22, 1887, Joseph 
Broaddus. 

Children : 

1. James Ware, Dec. 14, 1889. 

2. Richard Dudley, June 29, 1891. 

3. Marion Lew, Feb. 5, 1893 ; all of Chillicothe, Mo. 

iv. Georgia Emily, Feb. 4, 1867; m. Nov. 17, 1886, Charles 
Rheem of Oshkosh, Wis. 

Child : 

Alice Louise, Aug. 17, 1887. 



596. 

William Wallace 7 (Leonard, 6 Frederick, 5 Jonathan* Jo- 
nathan, 2 Robert"), born at Pomfret, Vt., Dec. 22, 1833; married 
at Denver, Col., Jan. 5, 1886, Dora C. Senter. 



599. 

John Fisher 7 (Jonathan,* Paul, 6 Jonathan, 4 Jonathan, 3 
Robert' 1 '), born in Milton, April 7, 1832; died at Philadelphia, 
Pa., Feb. 22, 1869; married Jan. 27, 1868, Julia A. Bladen of 
Philadelphia. 



602. 

Leonard, Jr. 7 (Leonard, 6 Paul, 5 Jonathan,* Jonathan 3 
Robert 1 ), born Jan. 28, 1840; married in Springfield, Jan. 7, 
1880, Laura Dwight, daughter of Homer Foote of Springfield, born 
in 1855. Merchant; lives in Roxbury. 

Children : 

i. Anna Dorr, 8 May 16, 1881. 
ii. Laura Dtvight, Feb. 28, 1883. 
iii. Dwight, Sept. 4, 1885. 
iv. Ruth, Oct. 28, 1887. 



WARE GENEALO 
603. 

Moses Everett 1 (Leonard? Paul, 1 Jonathan,* Jonathan,* 
Robert') , born Aug. I, L841 5 married in Roxbury, Oct. 29, 1 s 'w, 
Agnes .Maria \\ heeler. 

( Jhildren : 

i. Bi r 1 11 \ AlGNes,' Nov. 2, 1*7 l. 

ii. I.i o\ \i;i> K\ 1 1:1 1 r. Sept. 27, 1 I 

iii. Stores Pri ble, July 25, L881. 



601. 

Thomas Minns' (Leonard, 9 Paul,' Jonathan, 4 Jonathan,' 
Robert*), born in Boston, May 25, 1843 ; married in Roxbury, 
Nov. 13, 1872, .Mary II., daughter of William and .Mary E. 
(Bowles) Crosby, born in Roxbury, May 25, 1846. Went to 
Hingham in 1881. 

Children : 

i. Thomas Minns, 8 Oct. 6, 1873. 

ii. Sarah Minns, July 2, 1875. 

iii. Mart Elizabeth, A.ug. L2, 1877. 

Lv. William Crosbt, Sept. 25, 1879. 

v. Gertrude May, Hingham, June 19, 1882. 

vi. Harriot, July 21, L88 

vii. Clara Crosbt, April 24, 1888. 



605. 

Francis 1 (Leonard,* Paul: Jonathan* Jonathan, 3 Robert*), 
born in Roxbury, Feb. 11, 1*17: died Oct. 10, 1891; married 
Oct. 16, 1872, Maud, daughter of Parkman Dexter of Boston. 

Children : 

i. Robert Dexter, 8 Sept. 30, 1873. 
ii. Kam 1).. Julj 8, 1877. 

iii. JESSI] I AJttPBELL, < let. 21, 1879. 



606. 

William Minns 1 (Leonard, * Paul,' Jonathan,* Jonathan,' 
Rob ■ . born in Roxbury, April 20, 1849; married at Jamaica 
Plain, Dec. 20, 1876, Florence Brewer. 

17 



266 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Eliot Brewer, 8 Sept. 15, 1877. 

ii. Moses Weld, Jan. 19, 1879. 

iii. Edward Winslow, Nov. 26, 1881. 

iv. Raymond, June 13, 1883. 

v. Alice Loring, Hull, July 18, 1885. 



607. 

Charles 7 {Leonard, 6 Paul, 5 Jonathan,* Jonathan* Robert*), 
born in Roxbury, June 4, 1853 ; married in Springfield, April 29, 
1885, Mary Temple, daughter of Nehemiah Leonard, aged 25. 
Resided in New York (died in 1888). 



611. 

Francis Newcomb 7 (Melatiah, 6 Melatiah, b Melatiah,* Jo- 
nathan, 2 Robert 2 ), born in Wilmington, Vt., May 13, 1840; 
married Laura Donolson. 



612. 

Charles Henry 7 (Melatiah, 6 Melatiah,* Melatiah,* Jonathan, 3 
Robert 2 ), born in Wilmington, Vt., April 13, 1850 ; married Sarah 
Basset. "Has 5 children." 



613. 
Frederic L. 7 (Melatiah, 6 Meletiah, 6 Meletiah,* Jonathan 3 



Robert 2 ), born in Wilmington, Vt. ; married Flora Bates. "One 
child." ' 



618. 

Albert Chaffin 7 (Daniel Leonard, 5 Daniel,* Melatiah* 
Jonathan, 3 Robert 2 ), horn April 30, 1851; died Oct. 18, 1873; 
married Oct. 7, 1872, Ella Bumstead Heilge. He was a clerk in a 
R. R. office. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 



i;l><>. 



Albert H. 1 (Abel,* Abel, 1 Ephraim, 4 Ephraim,* Ephraim*), 
born Aug. 7, 1827 j died April 1, 1893; Bowd. Coil. L849; 
married Oct. 16, L855, Harriel E., daughter of Dr. [saac and Sarah 
15. Palmer of Anson, Me.; settled in Anson; lawyer. 

Children, born in Anson : 

i. Aim ki \'.: May 2, 1857 ; d. April 24, 1861. 

ii. Roberi Christmas, Dec. 25, L859; d. March 24, 1862. 

iii. Winifred, Doe. [19], I860; " Maine Weal. Sem. and Female 

Coll., L884; Preceptress in High School, Wareham, M. 

L886; " in. Jan. 19, L890, David L. Bodfish <»i Wareham, 

Ma—. K. s. Palmer. 

( Ihildren : 

1. Elizabeth, Oct. 31, 1802. 

2. Robert Ware, Sept. 8, 189G. 

iv. I. ii. i. r.w, April 14, 1865 ; d. June 7, 1865. 

v. Isaac P., March 2, 1867; -Main- Wesl. Sem., 1884; in drug 
store, Marlboro', Mass., with Mr. Hartshorn." Received com- 
mission as Burgeon, I . S. A.. Jane L8, 1S92. Present location, 
the Presidio. San Francisco, ( !al. 

vi. Mart Lillian, June 1, L871 ; d. Mny 1, 1897; m. Aug. 23, 
1893, Lester V. Bailey of Worcester. 

Child : 

Albert Ware, Jan. 19, 1896. 



621. 

Frederick X. 7 (Abel,* Abel,' Epkraim, 4 Ephraim,' Eph- 

/v//,//'), born Jan. 7, 1836; married Oct, 2, 1883, Lucenia Bick- 
f'ord of Mansonville, Parish of (Quebec, Canada. Lives in Lowell, 
Mass. 

Children : 

i. Stephen Thomas, 8 Aug. 17, 1885. 
ii. Julia J., Feb. 1, 1887. 



622. 

Ki>\vm:d IlnuAci; 7 (Al»'l, e Air I/ Ephraim, 4 Ephraim,* 
Ephraim*), born in Athens, Me., July 27, L842 ; married (Vt. 
18, 1877, Eugenia K., daughter of Dr. J. M. Tewksbury of San 



268 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Francisco, Cal. He died Aug. 13, 1878, on the ship Tuscarora, 
at Acapulco, Mexico, assistant surgeon, U. S. N. 

Child : 

Eugenia. 8 



623. 

John, Jr. 7 (John, 6 Abel, 5 Ephraim* Ephraim, 3 Ephraim*), 
born Oct. 12, 1842 ; married first, Nov. 9, 1875, Sara E. Hall of 
Athens; she died Oct. 27, 1892. He married second, April 20, 
1895, Grace E. Emery of Waterville. He resides in Waterville ; 
is an investment broker ; president of the Merchants National Bank 
of Waterville ; one of the directors of the Maine Central Railroad. 

Child : 

John, Jr., 8 May 24, 1896. 



624. 

George Homer 7 (John, 6 Abel, 5 Ephraim,* Ephraim, 3 Eph- 
raim 2 ), born July 4, 1844; married Jan. 23, 1877, Martha A. 
Pray of Waterville. Resides in Waterville ; one of the directors of 
the Merchants National Bank. 

Child : 

Mildred Pray, 8 April 4, d. Sept. 30, 1885. 



625. 

Edward 7 (John, 6 Abel, 5 Ephraim, 4 Ephraim, 3 Ephraim 2 ), 
born May 14, 1854. Living in Waterville, Me., 1898. Lumber 
business. Married Sept. 28, 1882, Harriet P. Collins of Portland. 

Children : 

i. John, 8 July 9, 1883. 

ii. Edward, Jr., July 17, 1885. 

iii. Phil. Thurber, Nov. 13, 1886. 

iv. Dorothea, Nov. 22, 1888 , d. May 30, 1897. 

v. Henry Hastings, Feb. 10, 1892. 



627. 



Abel, Jr. 7 (Abel, 6 James, 5 Jonathan, 4 Robert, 3 Ephraim 2 ) 
born at Fitchburg, Sept. 16, 1827; M.D. 1852; married Dec. 29 



WARE GENE LLOOT. 269 

1857, Rebeckah Bunker Tucker. Lived al Haverhill. He died 
March L5, L897. 

Children, born at Pittefield, \. II. 

!: I Twins, 8 b. and d. Feb. 11, I860. 

iii. James Gurnet, June 28, 1863. Lives at HaverhilL 



Cr28. 

Daniel' (Abel, 9 James, 1 Jonathan, 4 Robert 3 , Ephraim'), born 
at Weal Townsend, July 26, 1832; married Mayor A.ug. 2, L855, 
at New Boston, X. II., by Rev. John Alwood, .Martha B. Millen 
(born .March 23, 1838; died June 18, L892). Lives at A-hl.v. 
Teacher of vocal music: farmer and mechanic. Enlisted in -~<\ 
Mass., 2d Co., Sharpshooters, Aug. 20, 1862. Lost a leg at 
Wilderness, May 5, 1804 ; amputated at Am. Sq. Hospital, .May 
20, 1804. 

Children, born In Ashby : 

i. Minnie Cora, 8 May 1 I. L858; m. at Fitchburg, by Rev. G. R. 
W. Scott, Oct. 7, 1880, Charles E., son of Calvin and Attossa 
Farrar (b. Marlboro', N. II.) ; machinist; he 30, she 22. 

Child: 
Bernice M., d. Feb. 17, 1897. 

ii. Dolly Gibson, Sept. 7. I860; d. March 14, 1885; school 

teacher, organic and a fine singer, 
iii. Emma F.. Sept. 27, L866 ; m. at Fitchburg, May 1, 1889, Albert 

L. Fiske. 
J. iv. II\i;i;y F... July 1 1. 1870. 
v. Lorn i. M., Oct. 3, 187G. 



629. 

Levi 7 (Abel," James,' Jonathan,* Robert,' Ephraim*) , born 
at Townsend, Feb. 21, 1835; married Nov. 24, 1859, Isabel 
Freeman, aged 23, daughter of George X. Parks of Barre. Cooper. 
Soldier in Rebellion; enlisted in the 53d Ma--. Vol. Inf. lie died 
at Marine Hospital, New Orleans, Feb. 9, L863, of inflammation. 
She lives in Chicago, 111. 

Children, burn at Townsend : 

i. Herbert G., 8 Sept. 17. I860; d. Dec. 17. 1863. 

ii. Levi, Aug. 2, L863 ; 1898 lives with bis mother in Chicago. 



270 WARE GENEALOGY. 

630. 

Samuel 7 (Abel, 6 James," Jonathan/ Robert, 2 Ephraim 2 ), born 
at Townsend, Dec. 28, 1837 ; married at Fitcliburg, July 7, 1886, 
Abbie Jane, daughter of Stillman and Phoebe Sawyer. She was 
bom at Westminster, Oct. 18, 1858. Lives in West Townsend; 
farmer ; deacon. 

Child : 

Mervin Willis, 8 Sept. 4, 1889. 



633. 

John J. 7 (Joel, 6 Jonathan,* Ebenezer/ Nathaniel/ Ebenezer 2 ), 
born [in Newton] about 1820; married Aug. 26, 1847, Ann 
Joyce. 

Child : 

Sarah F., 8 Needham; m. Sept. 6, 1874, in Newton, John H. Hoyt. 

634. 

Walter Macon 7 (Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer/ Ebenezer, 4 Nathaniel/ 
Ebenezer 2 ), born Oct. 19, 1835; married Dec. 16 or 19, 1857, 
Louisa Elizabeth, daughter of Alexander J. and Lucena (Chadwick) 
French (born in Harrisville, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1840). 

He resided at Hancock, Wis., from 1856 till 1888, when he 
located in Lemar, Ark. Is now at Wesley, Madison Co., Ark. 
(1898.) Farmer. 

Children, all born in Hancock, Wis. : 

767. i. Francis Willis, 8 Jan. 27, 1859. 

ii. Mary Ellen, Feb. 10, 1861 ; m. July 24 or 27, 1881, James 
Hardy, son of Dudley and Hannah (Burge) Cass, b. in Oak- 
land, Wis., Oct. 17, 1851. 
Child: 

Ethel Fannie, Aug. 19, 1882. 

768. hi. Seneca Eugene, Aug. 29, 1862. 

iv. Vina Etta, Feb. 28, 1865 ; m. at Hancock, Wis., June 27, 
1886, Albert H., son of Samuel P. and Annett E. (Drake) 
Delap (b. in Dunn Co., Wis., June 7, 1862) ; res. at Hancock, 
Wis. 

Child : 
Martha Etta. 



WAKE fiKNKAI.OdV. 271 

t. Adell Lttcbnb, Feb. 28, 1868 ; m. Dec 5, 1886, Alvin L., son 
of Warren and Susan ( '. (Copp) Stearns (b. Jan. 11, L862). 

vi. Alms Jo wn \. April 2, L870. 

vii. I'.i i/ \r.i i ii s lllt, Jan. 29, L878. 
viii. Eliza Martha, April 2, l s7.">. 
i\ II akuv Ij.i n, March 22, 1*77. 



63G. 

Edwin 7 ( FJ»-,n-.p)-* El><,n -.'/•,'' IH»,i<:<r^ X<itli<niiel* Ebe- 
never*), bom at Hancock, N. II., .Ian. 31, 1842; married first, 
I Kr. H>, 18G6, A^ncs, daughter of John ami Agnes (McNaught) 
McQuartera (born in Tariffville, Conn, Jan. • '>, 1845; died in 
Winnebago, III., May 21, L883) ; lie married second, dan. 31, 
L886, Mary E., daughter of Amos and Elizabeth (Tygert) Miller 
(born in Vernon Centre, Oneida ('", \. V., .Ian. 31, L842; died 
April 21, 1892 ). He married third, Dec. 20, 18H4, Jennie, daughter 
dt' Robert and Mary Graham Spottswood (born in Kemptville, 
( Ontario, Sept. 1(>, L852). 

"Mr. Ware was disqualified lor military duty by reason of mal- 
formation of ankles from birth, but be enlisted in Company G, 13th 

regt. X. II. vols., Aug. 13, 1862, and was accepted. Though 
suffering severely at times from the heavy marches bis regiment was 

called upon to perform, be never lost a day's duty by reason of it. 
He was never off duty or absent from bis company except by reason 
of wounds received in battle. He was mustered as third corporal, 
was promoted to the rank of first sergeant, and was commissioned 
lieutenant by the governor of New Hampshire, but was not mustered 
as such, owing to the early* muster out of bis regiment. He was 
wounded twice at Fredericksburg, once at Cold Harbor, and again 
at Fort Harrison. He was an intelligent, brave soldier, and uni- 
versally liked by the officers and men of the regiment." | Hist, loth 
K' r. X. II. Vols.] He was mustered out June 21. 1865, having 
been in twelve battles, wounded tour times. He resided a few years 
in Dublin (now Harrisville), X. II.: came back to Hancock in 
1876, settled on the homestead, and about the year 1874 removed to 
Winnebago, 111., where he continues to reside. He has been quite 
successful as a farmer. He is a deacon of the church. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Wiwni.-rn Agnes, 8 Dublin, N. II.. Sept. .;. 1868 : m. 1st. Juno 
30, 1892, II. 1'. Knight (who d. July 7. 1897); she m. 2.1, 
Nov. 17, LJ W. II. Thwing. Res. at So. Derry, X. B. 

Child: 

Agnes Lyra Knight, Winnebago, 111.. Sept. 18, L898. 



272 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ii. Ernest Edwin, Harrisville, N. H., May 6, 1871. Has served in 

hospital corps since the beginning of the present war, 1897- 

1901. 
iii. John Clifton, "Winnebago, 111., Dec. 27, 1880. A soldier in the 

3d regt. U. S. Infantry, in bard service on the island of Luzon 

(1901). 



637. 

Albert Edson 7 (Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, 4 Nathaniel? 
Ebenezer 2 ), born June 6, 1851 ; married Feb. 10, 1881, Sarah 
Elmira, daughter of Samuel Gardner and Sarah (Lawton) Knight, 
born Feb. 10, 1860. He is a dentist, Harvard Dental College, and 
resides on a farm in Hancock, N. H. 

Child : 

Frederick Albert, 8 Nov. 7, 1881. 



639. 

David Thompson 7 (Jason, 6 Jason, 6 Nathaniel,* Nathaniel, 3 
Ebenezer 2 ), born June 7, 1817 ; died Sept. 10, 1882. He married 
Dec. 29, 1846, Hannah Maria, daughter of Ebenezer and Lydia 
(Davis) Russell, born Feb. 17, 1827. Lives at Hancock, N. H. 

Child : 

773. Willis Clark, 8 Sept. 24, 1850 ; d. Sept. 10, 1882. 



640. 

Franklin Jason 7 (Jason, 6 Jason, 6 Nathaniel, 4 Nathaniel, 3 
Ebenezer 2 ), born March 11, 1820; died Nov. 30, 1891. He 
married April 13, 1847, Mary Ann, daughter of Simeon and Betsey 
(Dennis) Lakin, sister of R. S. Lakin of Boston, whose son she 
adopted; she was born Sept. 18, 1822; died April 4, 1891. 
Resided at Dublin, N. H. ; then Keene, N. H., 1865. Justice of 
the peace 1858 ; elected to Common Council 1874 and 1878. 

Children : 

i. Ellen R., 8 Jan. 28, 1849 ; d. May 1, 1850. 

ii. Clark John Lakin, adopted May 8, 1852, son of R. Sylvester 

Lakin and Susan Page, daughter of Joseph and Elvira (Moore) 

Gilbert. 



WARE GENEALOGY, 273 

641. 

IIauvky -I i:\\ 1:11 : (Ju.-in,),'' ./</.<,, i>,' Xnihaniel,* Nathaniel* 
Ebenezer'), born July 21, L829 ; died March 23, 1898; married 
May l.">, L852, Elvira A., daughter of Joseph and Mary (Jew< 
Osgood, born in Nelson, April 6, L832. Resides al E. Barrisville, 
X. II. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Fa wk !Ii \ i.i ,' June I "-. 1856. 
77.".. ii. Edgab Lai rin, April 6, 1861. 
iii. Minnie Adeline, April is, 18G9. 



642. 

Henry Ward' (Jason,' Jason,* Nathaniel,* Nathaniel' Ebe- 

i, horn Fcl). 17), 1*31 ; died March Hi, 1<S(M>; married June 
(i, I860, Nellie ('., daughter of Stephen Beckwith of Acworth, 
N. II., born May 7, 1838. 
Children : 

776. i. Clari \. e Baevet,' Jan. 28, 1861. 
ii. Elmer Si mm k. Dec. 6, L863. 
iii. Ei gene Martin, Feb. 11, 1866. 
iv. Florence Cynthia, .May LI, L877. 



643. 

Albert Erastus 7 (Ward," Jason, 6 Nathaniel,* Nathaniel, 3 
Ebenes. . born in Hancock, N. II., Oct. 10, 1827; died of 
lockjaw at San Francisco, Cal . , Oct. 10, 1867; married first, Oct. 
21, I s -".-, Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Eliphalet and Lois (Bemis) 
Dart of Surry, X. II., horn in Surry, April 12, 1833; died April 
2*, 1 s.V.i. He married second, Jan. 1 , 1861, in Washington, X. II., 
Lucy Almira, daughter of Luther and Mary H. (Stuart) Pitcher, 
born in Stoddard, X. H., April 30, 1844; died there Aug. 27, L86 

Child : 

A son, 1). and d. Aug. 17, 1868. 



til I. 

Elijah Wyman' (Elijah* -A/.s-o», s X>>fhaniel t * Nathaniel, 1 
Ebenezer'), born in Boston, May'.', 1S;',0 ; married at Lowell, Sept. 
10, 1855, Sarah J., daughter of George and (Montague) Comstock, 
born in Chelsea, Yt. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 



650. 



Enoch Richmond 8 ( William R., 1 George* George, 6 William,* 
John, 3 John' 2 ), born Jan. 2, 1819, at Winterport, Me. ; died July 
15, 1874, at Yonkers, N. Y. Shipping merchant, New York City, 
to west coast of Africa ; married July 21, 1846, at Sing Sing, N. Y., 
Mary Contant, daughter of William H. and Jane S. Peck, born at 
Bowery Village, N. Y. City, June 29, 1823. 

Children : 

i. Mary V. C., 9 June 30, 1847. 
ii. Laura, d. young. 

800. iii. William Richmond, Feb. 4, 1855. 
iv. George, d. young. 

801. v. Edward James, June 16, 1859. 

vi. Gertrude Talbot, Nov. 11, 18G1 ; d. Aug. 2, 1893; m. Nov. 
12, 1883, at N. Y. City, Christopher Victor Mildeberger. 

Children : 

1. Constance, Aug. 20, 1884 ; d. Aug. 20, 1886. 

2. Victor Richmond, May 20, 1886. 



651. 

John Murray 8 (Addison,'' Levi* Ezra, 6 John,* John, 3 
John 2 ), born at Westmoreland, N. H., Nov. 12, 1841 ; married at 
Chicago, 111., Feb. 11, 1871, Matilda Louise (Barlow) McWilliams ; 
she died June 1, 1896. 

Children : 

i. Davis Whiting, 9 Jan. 8, 1873. 
ii. Addison Roy, March 5, 1879. 



WASE GENEALOGY. 275 

652. 

Clinton Aj>dison* (Addison, 1 Levi,' Ezra,' John,* John,' 
John*), born al Westmoreland, X. II., Nov. 28, L843. Resides 
in Northfield since L868; married in Northfield, Dec. 3, L873, Eva 

J. I h'nnison of Levden, Ma--. 
( Ihildreo : 

i. Bi rton ( 'i .in i on, 8 Feb. 20, L875. 
ii. Robert Dennison, April 17, L885. 



653. 

George KV (Erastus, 1 Levi, 1 Ezra, 1 John, 4 John,' John'), 
born April 22, L832 ; married at Westmoreland, X. II., March 17, 
is")", Ilattie F., daughter of Jonathan and Harriet (Hastings) 
Cobleigh, born Sept. 17, 1837. 

Children : 

806. i. Herbert II., Nov. 21, 1859. 

ii. Fannie J., Sept. 21, 1866 ; m. Frank Jackson. Resides Chestcr- 
field Factory. 

Child: 

Andreic Frank, Sept. 8, 1894. 

807. iii. Sidney L., .June G, 18G8. 

iv. Alice Mabel, Aug. Yd, 187G. 



654. 

Levi B. 8 (JErastus," 1 Levi," Ezra,' John, 4 Jo/in,' John'), horn 
March 11, 1845; died June 14, 1894. He married first, in West- 
lnuivl.uid, X. II., Xov. 18, 1873, Flora A., daughter of Amoa K. 
and Rosamund (Waldo) Hubbard of Chesterfield, X. II., horn 
Sept. 3, 1851 ; died Feb. 3, 1881. He married Becond, dan. 5, 
I.sn."), Flla F., daughter of Alexander S. and Julia (Franklin) 
( lampbell. 

Children : 

i. A child, b. Xov. 10, d. Nov. 12. 1876. 

ii. Addison L., Jan. 3, 1881. 



276 WARE GENEALOGY. 



655. 



Oscar James 8 {James Royal, 1 Levi, 8 Ezra, 6 John,* John, 3 
John"), born May 27, 1846; married March 23, 1880, Elizabeth 
L. (adopted daughter of Foster Franklin) of Westmoreland, N. H. 
Lives at W. 

Children : 

i. Byron Franklin, 9 Jan. 23, 1881 ; d. May 5, 1885. 
ii. Perley James, Dec. 31, 1882 ; d. March 23, 1886. 
iii. Florence Martha, May 8, 1885. 

iv. Elmer Foster. June 15, 1887 ; d. [" Byron," "June 14, 

1887." Wes'tm. record], 
v. Ethel Anna, May 3, 1889. 
vi. Marcia Louisa, June 20, 1892. 
vii. Elsie Ellen, Nov. 22, 1893. 



656. 



Wallace King 8 (James Royal, 1 Levi, 8 Ezra, 6 John,* John, 
John"), born July 22, 1848; married Feb. 2, 1881, Grace A 
Darling, Chesterfield, N. H. 



657. 

Frank Herman 8 (James Royal, 1 Levi, 8 Ezra,' John, 4 John, 3 
John 2 ), born Feb. 21, 1853 ; married Aug. 30, 1883, Mrs. Nellie 
(Cressy) Foster; no children in 1889. 



658. 

John 8 (John Albert, 1 John, 8 Ezra, 5 John,* John, 3 John 2 ), 
born Oct. 25, 1843 ; married Sept. 3, 1865 (by Rev. Jacob Ide of 
Mansfield), Mary A., daughter of William P. and Cynthia A. Clark 
of Foxboro', aged 19 at marriage. Blacksmith. 

Child : 

Mary Elizabeth, 9 Foxboro', Aug. 31, 1868 ; married Frank 
Young of Attleboro.' 



WAKi: GENEALOGY. 277 



661. 

Charles Henry 8 (George />., 7 George* "Ezra* John,* Joh . 
John*), born in Wrentham, Sept. 5, 1859. He married ("eon of 
Lemuel S. and Mary"?) in Clinton, Jan. 1, 1883, Julia Adell Joy, 
born in Hancock, Me. 



661a. 

Edmund Burke 8 (Alonzo Leprelett, 1 George,' Ezra,* John, 4 
John, 1 John*), born June 26, 1843, at W. ; served in Co. A., 1th 
regt. Mass. V. [., in the Civil War ; died al Dickinson, Dak., Oct. 
G, ]m s .">: married Mary [sabelle Watson of St. Paul, Minn., born 
:ii Hartford, Conn., Oct. 26, 1853. Resided at Bismarck and Dickin- 
son, Dak. 

Children, horn in Bismarck: 

i. Edward Bernard, 8 Nov. 16, 1873. 
ii. Helen Isabel, Juno 7, 1882. 



6616. 

Romondo ( \ 8 (Charl s, 1 Gi orge* Ezra,* John,* Join), 3 John"), 
born at Clinton, June 7, 1860 j married Dec. 15, 1881, Nellie 
Felicitas Can-, horn at Lancaster. [Clin, rec] 



6G2. 

Moses Hastings 8 (Moses,'' Elijah* Mo . Moses* John, 1 
John*), horn at Brattleboro', Vt., Oct. 5, 183.'); married Lizzie 
Smith . Residence, Northampton, Mass. 

Children : 

i. Arthur. 9 
ii. Mart. 



63. 

Henry 8 (Obadiahf B njamin* M John* 

John*), born May 1, 1845; married Jan. 24, L867, Louisa Ade- 
line, d of Joseph Morrison, hnm at Fori Madison, [owa, 
March 11, L846. 



278 WARE GENEALOGY. 

664. 

Justus Hurd 8 (Benjamin, 1 Benjamin, 6 Moses, 5 Moses,* John, 3 
John"), born July 11, 1834; married Sept. 26, 1860, Luceba 
Augusta, daughter of Aaron and Susanna (Proctor) Brigham, born 
in Alstead, N. H., Ang. 25, 1836. 

Children, born in Butler, 111. : 

i. Mary Flora, 9 Nov. 29, 1862. 

ii. Carrie Susan, May 5, 1864 ; d. Dec. 1, 1866. 

iii. George Vincent, Sept. 25, 1867. 

iv. Amy Lillian, April 24, 1873. 



665. 

David Smith 8 (David, 1 Benjamin, 9 Moses, 5 Moses, 4 John, 9 
John"), born Oct. 25, 1828 ; married first, Oct. 23, 1855, Lestinia 
Amanda, daughter of Aaron and Susanna (Proctor) Brigham, born 
in Alstead, N. H., May 17, 1832; died at. Butler, 111., Feb. 22, 
1872. He married second, Nov. 28, 1872, Mrs. Catherine (Dryer) 

Wiley, widow of Robert Wiley and daughter of John and 

(Museman) Dryer, born in Hillsboro', N. H., March 7, 1821. He 
was Secretary of Temperance Society in Gilsum, N. H., in 1846; 
School Committee 1850-1853. Removed in 1855 to Butler, 111. 
[Hist. Gilsum. j 

Children : 

i. John, 9 Jan. 7, 1857. 

ii. Arthur, Nov. 18, 1858. 

iii. David, Aug. 2, 1860. 

iv. Thesda, June 5, 1863 ; d. Sept. 4, 1864. 

v. Lyman Trumbull, Feb. 15, 1865. 

vi. Eeulah, Oct. 8, 1866. 

vii. Emily, Dec. 5, 1868. 

viii. Clarence Brigham, Feb. 13, d. Aug. 1, 1872. 

ix. Clara Lestina, Feb. 13, d. July 26, 1872. 



Wesley L. s (Enoch, 1 Benjamin, 6 Moses, 5 Moses, 4 John,- 
John"), born Sept. 28, 1838; married Jan. 26, 1865. 
Children, born in Chester, Vt. : 

i. Charles W., 9 April 16, 1868. 
ii. Albert L., Jan. 26, 1871. 
iii. Frank E., April 27, 1874. 



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667. 



Geoboe Enoch 8 (Enoch? Benjamin* Mo . Moses ? John? 
Joh,<), bora Feb. 14, 1849; marriedMay 1, L877, Stella Church. 
Besides at Townsend, \ i. 



Luoros Jeremiah 8 (Enoch? Benjamin? Moi . Mo ,* John,' 
John'), born Aug. 1851 ; married March 4, L873, Hannah Ade- 
laide, daughter of Chilionand Hannah (Ware) Mark, born April 3, 

is;;-. [See No. 178, p. 1 14.] 
Removed to Butler, 111. 
Children, bora in Butler : 

i. Walteb Obadiah, 8 March 27, 1875; d. Nov. 22, 1878. 
ii. Li.na M \k\ . April •'!, 1S78. 



669. 

Edwin Chapin 8 (John Q. A.? Benjamin? Moses? M 

John? John*), born at Marlboro', Oct. 8, 18o2. Resides at Mil- 
ford. 



670. 

Moses Lane 8 | Moses? Moses? Moses? Moses? John? John''), 
born in 1837 ; married about 1864, Harriet Dunton. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Adda, 9 L865. 

ii. Helen, 1866; m. in 1886, Neil Cameron. 

iii. Cll LRLES M., 1869. 



671. 

Alonzo A. 8 (Jonathan? Zenas? Ziba? Eleazer? Eleazer? 

John'), born at Suan/.rv. X. 11., S, T t. 1, 1825 : died Feb. 8, L895 : 
married first, Sept. 1, 1853, Julia A., daughter of E. Kingman of 
Winchester, X. II. (bora Feb. 27, L826). Married second Mari- 
etta Newell, Nov. 29, 1894. Schoolteacher; tanner: president of 
Savings Bank in Winchester, N. II. [Hist. Swanzey, p. 564.] 



280 WAEE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Arthur K., 9 Nov. 23, 1854 ; d. Jan. 4, 1862. 
ii. Julia M., Jan. 1, 18G0 ; d. Jan. 5, 1862. 



672. 

George 8 (Lyman? Ziba, 6 Ziba, 5 Eleazer,* Eleazer, 3 John"), 
married Sarah, daughter of Stephen Atwater. Went to Illinois. 



673. 

William 8 (Lyman,'' Ziba, 6 Ziba 5 Eleazer,* Eleazer, 3 John 2 '). 
married Eliza Wilson of Granville, N. Y. 



674. 

Sidney 8 (Lyman,' 7 Ziba, 6 Ziba, 5 Eleazer, 4 Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), 
married Calista Pratt. Resided at Wells, Vt., in 1869. 



675. 

Merritt 8 (Lyman," 7 Ziba, 6 Ziba, 5 Eleazer, 4 Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), 
married Sarah, daughter of Roswell Fuller. Resided at Wells, Vt., 
in 1869. 



676. 

James R. 8 (Ziba, 1 Jacob, 6 Ziba, 5 Eleazer, 4 Eleazer 3 John 2 ), 
born Sept. 18, 1849; married Eugenie Fosgale of Winchester. 



677. 

Arthur W. 8 (Phinehas Atwood, 1 Jacob, 6 Ziba, 5 Eleazer,* 
Eleazer, 3 John"), born July 27, 1873; married April 19, 1894, 
Rosie M. French of Swanzey, N. H. 

Child : 

Albert A. 9 



679. 

George Gilbert 8 (Gilbert Adams,' 7 David, 6 Eli, 5 Eleazer,* 
Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), born at Warehouse Point, Conn., March 19, 



WAkl. OENEALOOY. ->1 

1 >.")<"► ; engird in telegraph business in l v 71: removed to Spring- 
field and took position of manager for the Atlantic and Pacific Tele- 
graph. Co., l v 7>: wiili New England Associated Press, L879-1889; 
manager for Postal Telegraph Cable Co., L889-91 : engaged in sale 
of typewriters and office supplies, 1 890-1 897. I [e married < >ct. 1 I, 
1879, Mary Maria, daughter of Theodore (Theodore, Silas, James, 
[chabod, Samuel, John ) and Wealthy (Frary) porter of Hatfield, 
Mass., born July 11, l s ">l ; her home at Hatfield was thai which 
had been occupied and probably built by her great-grandfather. 

Child: 

Myron Robert,* A.ug. 19, 1880; associated in business with his 
father. 



680. 

Franklin Pease 8 {Gilbert A.: David, 6 Eli? Eleazer? 
Eleazer? John*) , born March 8, L863 ; married in June, L888, 
Carrie, daughter of James and Miranda (Cadwell) Lull of Spring- 
field, born Dec. 28, L866. 

Station agent for B. & M. B. R. and postmaster at Brightwood, 
Mass. 



681. 

George Henry 8 (Leander 31.? Jason? Hezekiah? Jl< zekiah? 
Eleazer,' John 3 ), born March 4, 1836, at Providence, R. I. ; 
married May L2, L874, Emma J. Preston, horn Aug. 1, 1852, at 
AN" i -t Bromwich, England; came to America in 1871; she died 
Jan. 15, L891. 



682. 

Charles Victor* {Leander M.? Jason? //■ zekiah? Hezekiah? 
Eleazer? John*), born at Providence, R. [., A.ug. s , 1*.'>7; 
married July 1, 1879, Harriet Chase Savage of Wilmington, X.C. 



683. 

William Frederick' < Samuel ( '., : Jason? II- zekiah, II - 
kiah? Eleazer? John 7 ), born May 21, L841, at Richmond, K'v. ; 

18 



282 WARE GENEALOGY. 

married at Normal, 111., by Rev. Conover, Sept. 16, 1869, Martha 

Ann Craig. 

Farmer. Resides at Plymouth, Jefferson Co., Neb. Manager 
of Plymouth News, and postmaster 1898. 

Children : 

i. Frederick Craig, 9 July 10, 1870. 
ii. Hugh Gilkerson, Dec. 14, 1873. 
iii. Herbert Miller, Aug. 12, 1875. 
iv. Sarah Cornelia, Sept. 4, 1877. 
v. Mary Elizabeth, July 12, 1879. 



684. 

Leander Malcomb 8 (Samuel Cowell, 1 Jason, 8 Hezekiah,* 
Hezehiah,* Eleazer, 2 John*), born at Richmond, Ky., July 2, 
1845. He married March 6, 1872, at Bloomington, 111, (by Rev. 
Conover), Mary Belle Wise. 

Children : 

i. Edward Miller, 9 Feb. 8, 1875. 
ii. Sarah Belle, Jan. 10, 1878. 
iii. Henry Elliott, April 14, 1883. 
iv. Helen Virginia, April 14, 1883, 
v. Leona Wise, Jan. 28, 1885. 



685. 

Samuel Miller 8 (Samuel Coivell, 7 Jason, 6 HezeJciah, 5 Heze- 
Jciah, 4 Eleazer, 3 John 2 ), born Aug. 20, 1852, at Richmond, Ky. ; 
married at McComb, 111., July 20, 1880 (by Rev. W. H. H. 
Adams) , Eoline O. Blazer. He is a Presbyterian minister at Mary- 
ville, Mo., in 1899. 

Children : 

i. Sarah Eoline, 9 July 5, d. Aug. 16, 1881. 

ii. Hubert Marquis, Jan. 23, 1882. 

iii. Samuel Newton, April 12, 1884. 

iv. Edith Cavitt, Jan. 26, 1886. 

v. Ethel Miller, April 30, 1887. 

vi. Harold Blazer, May 29, d. Sept. 30, 1891. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 288 



GSG. 



Stephen Noland' (Samuel J Jaion,' Hezekiah, 1 //< nkieth^ 4 
Eleazer,' John*), born Feb. 88, L854, at Richmond, Ky. ; married 
l>ee. it;, 1886, at Bawling, Wjo. (by Rey. (i. W. Barr), Maggk 

Bennett, bom Dec. L, L865, at Havana, 111. 

Locomotive engineer on Union Pacific It. It. ; resides at Laramie, 
Wyu. 

Children : 

i. Myrtle Aii. v.: March 28, 1888. 
ii. Roi l'-i nm rr, April 2. 1890. 
iii. Sarah Ami.i.ia, July 29, 1694. 
iv. Sami ii OowBLL, l'Vl>. 8, 189G. 



687. 

Edward Newell 8 (Samuel Cowell, 1 Jason, 6 HezeTciah* ', Heze- 
hiah,* Eleazer,' John*), bora at Richmond, Ky., July 2, 1860; 
married at Enfield, 111., May 21, 1889 (by Rev. J. E. Spellman), 
Cora Willis. 

He is a Presbyterian minister ; pastor at Bedford, Iowa. 

Children 

i. Willis Craig, 9 Feb. 27, 1890. 
ii. Edward Nkwki.i., April 5, 1892. 
iii. Jk.vn Stf.wart, Nov. 20, 1893. 
iv. Marion C, May 12, 1897. 



688. 
I sablesHenby* (Herman? ffezeMah,* JJ> tekiuh, IT> zekiah? 

Elra::i>r, 3 -I'lnr) Kuril at Wrontlmm, March 25, L832 J died at 

Medfield and buried there, April \'\ L870, *aged 38, 0, 23". Be 
married in Milford, Sept. L9, L862 (by Rev. Joseph Kicker, Bapt. 

mill.), Susan E, Saunders, aped 20 ; he painter, of Wrentham J 
she of Upton, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Saunders. 



284 WARE GENEALOGY. 

689. 

A lpheus Charles 8 (Charles C., 1 Alpheus, 6 Joseph,* John,* 
Joseph, 3 John 2 ), born at Ashford, Conn., July 25, 1834 ; died Oct. 
30, 1899, at Middletown, Conn. ; buried at Hartford, Conn. He 
married at Madison, Conn., Jan. 1, 1861, Gertrude Evangeline, 
daughter of Edmund and Elizabeth (Chapman) March of Madison, 
Conn. Lived in Middleton, Ct. ; removed to Hartford, Conn. ; 
superintendent of Alms House, Middletown, Ct., from about 1893. 

Children, born in Hartford : 

i. Gertrude Evangeline, 9 May 14, d. 19, 1862. 

ii. Maria Elizabeth, Dec. 28, 1864; m. Sept. 28, 1887, James 
Arthur Meggat, Wethersfield, Conn. (b. Nov. 13, 1862), son of 
William Meggat of Dumfries, Scotland, and his wife Susan 
Antoinette Roberts of Wethersfield, Ct. 

Child : 
Gertrude Louise, Aug. 15, 1889. 

hi. Hattie Louise, Jan. 29, 1870 ; d. Feb. 20, 1876. 
iv. Clara Gertrude, Jan. 21, 1873. 



690. 

Robert Burns 8 (Joseph, 7 Alpheus, 6 Joseph, b John, 4 Joseph, 3 
John 2 ), born in Worcester, July 2, 1843; married Sept. 19, 1867, 
Genevieve P. Cate of New Jersey. Resides in St. Paul. 

Children : 

i. Ella, 9 West Hoboken, N. J., Oct. 25, 1868 ; teacher in public 

school at St. Paul, 1898. 
ii. Henry, Jersey City Heights, May 27, d. May 28, 1870. 
hi. Mabel, Jersey City Heights, May 6, 1871 ; d. Jan. 15, 1876, at 

St. Paul, Minn. 
iv. Jessie, St. Paul, Minn., June 29, 1873 ; a teacher in public school 

at St. Paul. 

v. Mary Edna, July 26, 1875 ; m. Edward B. Constance of St. 
Paul, Minn., June 17, 1896. 

Children : 

1. Beatrice May, April 8, 1897. 

2. Frank FAward, Aug. 4, 1898. 

3. Robert Henry, Jan. 15, 1900. 

vi. Robert Edward, St. Paul, Sept. 18, 1877. 
vii. Warren Fred, St. Paul, June, 1881. 



u \ki: QBNEALOOT. 285 

692. 

RobebtH. 1 (Albert P.,' Henry,' Joseph, 1 John,* Joseph,' 
John'), born at Sherborn, Feb. 11, 1833; he "of Milton," carpen- 
ter — married Dec. L6, 1852, in Franklin, Abby A. Cutting of 
Franklin, aged 20, daughter <>t' David and Lucy Cutting, born in 
Enfield. 

Child: 

Melville Robertson, 9 Spencer, July 18, 18.37. 



693. 

(ii'.oKi.r. ('.- {AIIki'I P., 1 Henry,' Joseph,' John,* Joseph,' 
John'),horn March L2, L835; died April 13, 1886 ; married Dec. 
19, 1881, Ilattic A. Robinson of Cincinnati, Ohio. 



694. 

Albert P. 8 {Albert P., 1 Henry,' Joseph, 6 John* Joseph,' 
John"), born duly 27, 1839 ; died .March 20, 1887 ; married in New 
York, Jennie E. Mclntyre. 



695. 

Dexter L. 8 {Albert P., 1 Henry, 6 Joseph,' John,* Joseph,' 
John'), born Sept. 3, 1810; died April, 1893; married Clara 
Wydman, at ( lincinnati. 



698. 

John 8 (Edwin,'' Orlando,' John,' John,' Joseph,' John'), 
born July 24, 1840; died dime 2K, 18S7; married first, Dec. 5, 
1-.".-. Ellen EL, daughter of David Wait ofDeerfield. Be married 
second, March 23, 1870, Anna Lucy, daughter of Lewis A. Drury 
and widow of Eustus S. Russell. 

He lived at hi> grandfather's old homestead. Enlisted in Co. F, 
1st Mass. Cavalry, Aug. 11, L862 ; re-enlisted in Co. E, Dec. 26, 
L863; was discharged June 20, 1865. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Orlando, 9 July 2, 1859. 



286 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ii. John Ellsworth, July 1, 1861 ; d. May 31, 1863. 

iii. Lizzie Wait, Feb. 3, 1863 ; name changed to Mary Wilkinson ; 

adopted by her aunt, 

iv. Emily L., Feb. 25, 1872 ; d. 1887. 

v. Laura A., Nov. 15, 1880. 

vi. Margery Jean, Nov. 13, 1882. 

vii. Lucy L., b. and d. 1887. 



699. 

Arthur Breck 8 ( Vorestus, 1 Eleazer, 6 Benjamin, 6 John,* 
Joseph,* John 2 ), born April 17 (22), 1848, at Sherborn ; married 
Sept. 12, 1872, Harriet M. Daniels. Lives at Wakefield. 

Children : 

i. Ashur D., 9 Sherborn, April 15, 1874. 
ii. Mary Elizabeth, Holliston, Dec. 23, 1875. 
iii. Harriet Butler, Holliston, Oct. 20, 1880; d. of bronchitis, 
Feb. 14, 1882. 



701. 

Edgar V. 8 ( Vorestus, 1 Eleazer, 6 Benjamin, 5 John,* Joseph, 3 
John 2 ), born in Sherborn, Nov. 10, 1852; died Jan. 4, 1878; 
married Oct. 22, 1877, Jennie Isabel, daughter of Lorenzo Emer- 
son and Harriet (Eames) Rice, born at South Framingham. He was 
a druggist. 



705. 

William Rotch 8 (John F. W., 1 Henry, 6 Henry," John,* 
Joseph, 3 John 2 ), born at Cambridgeport, Sept. 6, 1848; Harvard 
College 1871 ; married at Bolton, May 17, 1877, Alice Hathaway, 
daughter of John Adams and Alice Hathaway (Haskell) Cunning- 
ham, born at Cambridge, May 5, 1851. Editor American Archi- 
tect, Boston; Cor. Member Am. Institute of Architects. 

Children, born in Milton : 

i. John, 9 May 2, 1878 ; H. C. S.B. 1899. 

ii. Francis Cunningham, May 18, 1879; H. C. 1901. 

iii. Richard Cunningham, May 10, 1882. 

iv. Malcolm Cunningham, Oct. 13, 1883. 

v. Philip Cunningham, Nov. 5, 1885. 



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vi. Ki>\s \ki> Ci N'MM.ii\M, Sept. 26, L888. 

vii. Sn mi \ ( i nniv.ii v.m, Sept 7, 18'Jl. 



706. 

Ajrthtjr Lovell* {John /•'. W.," 1 Henry* Henry, 1 John,* 

Joseph,* John 9 ), l)oni May .*><), 1 s "> 1 ; Harvard College L873j 
married Nov. 25, L885, Alice, daughter of Francis and Caroline 
Louisa ( Merriam*) Jaques, burn Dec. G, L852. 

Children, born in .Milton : 

i. Gordon, 8 Sept 21, 1886. 
ii. Mabgaket, Nov. 12, 1889. 



707. 

Francis Morgan 8 (John F. W., 1 Henry, 6 Henry, 1 ' John,* 
Joseph,* John*), horn at Cambridge, Feb. 3, 1857; married 
Nov. L8, L896, Eva J. M., daughter of Maj, Gen. Robert Hughes, 
of the British army. 

Child, born in New York, N. Y. : 
Robert, 9 Feb. 2Q, 1898. 



708. 

Henry 8 (Charles P., 1 Henry, 6 Henri/," John,* Joseph, 3 
John'), born at Brookline, Dec. 26, 1871 ; Harvard College 1893 ; 
LL.B. 1896 ; married -June 9, 1898, Louisa Fuller, daughter of 
Charles L. and Caroline (Farrar) Wilson, born in Chicago, 111., 
Oct. 4, 1871. lie is in the practice of law in Boston; resides in 
Brookline. 

Child: 

Caroline Farrar, 9 Aug. 14, 1899. 



709. 

George Otis 9 (JLzariahJ Otis,* Azariah,* John,* Joseph* 
John' 2 ), bom NOV. G, 1850; married Oct. 29, 1879, Kate V. 
Porter, horn Aug. 6, 1859, at Johnstown, Pa., settled in S. Bend, 
Ind. 

• Caroline Louisa Merriam, a granddaughter of Walter Ware, No. 198. 



288 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Mabel, 9 Nov. 23, 1880 ; d. July 25, 1881. 
ii. Lilian, May 19, 1883. 



709a. 

Warren Olin 8 (Aaron Wood, 1 Otis, 9 Azariah, b John,* 
Joseph, 3 John 2 ), born Jan. 13, 1860; married Nov. 24, 1887, at 
Cambridgeport, Imogene B., daughter of George Currier and Lucy 
(Bartlet) Stephens. He is "carpenter and engineer at Dr. George 
Brown's Institute for Feeble-mindedj in Barre." 
Children : 

i. George Aaron, 9 Jan. 5, 1889. 
ii. Leroy Warren, Dec. 2, 1890. 
iii. Edwin Augustus, Sept. 21, 1895 ; d. Oct. 30, 1897. 



710. 

Herbert Alexis 8 (Aaron W., 7 Otis, 6 Azariah, b John,* 
Joseph, 3 John'), born in Barre, Nov. 30, 1867; married Oct. 
14, 1897, Edith Augusta, daughter of Herbert A. and Olive 
(Adams) Brigham of Hubbardston, born Sept. 3, 1879. 

" He is a farmer ; lives on the place owned by his great-grand- 
father, Azariah Ware, when he first came to Barre." 



713. 

Edward Cutler 8 (Oren O., 1 Amariah, 6 JVathan, b Eliphalet,* 
Ebenezer, 3 Robert 2 ), born in Wrentham, Feb. 24 [20, Walpole 
rec], 1850; married Oct. 26, 1880 (by Rev. J. W. Cross), Ellen 
Frances, daughter of Augustus N. and Harriet Burt of Clinton. 
She was born at Pembroke, N. H., June 2, 1852. 

Cabinet maker ; resides at Worcester. 



714. 

Erastus Austin 8 (Caleb A., 1 Amariah, JVathan, b Eliphalet,* 
Robert, 3 Ebenezer, 2 ), born at Wrentham, Jan. 4, 1847 ; married 
Jan. 7, 1871, at West Boylston (by Rev. J. W. Cross of Spencer), 
Emma Sawyer, daughter of Ezra B. and Mary S. (Bigelow) Pierce 
of West Boylston. He is recorded as a lawyer, aged 23 ; she aged 
20. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 2M» 



Children : 

i. Jennie Leonids.' 

ii. Ai.i'.i.i: r Ezra. 

iii. I"i; w K Ki>\\ \ RD. 

iv. M lry, d. young. 



715. 

Walteb Blake" (Caleb A., 1 Amariah,' Nathan, 1 Eliphalet, 4 
Ebenezer,' Robert*), born in Wrentham, Oct. 20, 1853; married 

Sept. 21, 1S73, Eunice Ann, adopted daughter of Joseph ami Surah 
Jane (Bennett) Newcomb, aged 20. 

Children: 

i. Cii\i:i i g Li wis, 9 Frederickton, X. B., Nov.."), 1875. 
ii. Grace (Eveline), Rutland, Dec. 18, 1877. 
iii. Martha B., Sept 5, 1886. 



718. 

George Henry 8 (Lyman S'., 7 Nathan,' Nathan, 1 Eliphalet, 4 
Ebenezer, 3 Robert*), born July L9, L832 ; died at Walpole, Oec. 
23, I860; married Sept. 9, 1856, Marv Jane, daughter of Samuel 
and Orra Guild, horn Aug. 2 1, 1837, "both of Walpole." Ma- 
chinist and engineer. 

Children, born In Walpole: 

i. Marietta Louise, 9 April 27, 1857; d. Feb. 9, 1880, unm. 
829. ii. George Henry, Jan. 19 [Walp. rec, 18], 1861. 



710. 

Lyman Davis 9 (Lyman S., 1 Nathan,' Nathan,' Eliphalet, 4 
/'."■ nezer,' Robert*), born April 23, 1835; lives in Walpole. His 
house was burned Aug. 26, 1882, and two young men, his son 
George L. and a visitor, Calvin W. Gay, perished. He married 
first, April 7, 1857, Orra Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel and Orra 
Guild, born in Walpole, April 1, 1834; died Dee. lo, 1863. He 
married second, March 24, 1868, Margaret Axetta Strang, horn in 
Ellsworth, Me., Feb. 14, 1849. He died Jan. 14, 1900. 

Children, horn in Walpole: 

i. George Lyman, 9 Dec. 5, 1863; d. Aug. L'fi. iss-j. unm. 



290 WARE GENEALOGY. 

830. ii. "William Francis, June 27, 1869. 

iii. Frank Henry, May 26, 1871 ; d. March 9, 1872. 



720. 

Charles Nathan 9 {Ellis, 1 Nathan* Nathan* Eliphalet,* 
Ebenezer, 3 Robert 2 ), born at Sherborn, Sept. 19, 1850; married 
July 27, 1874, Alice J. Frost of Newton Lower Falls, born Oct. 
2, 1853. 

Machinist. 

Children : 

i. Charles Irving, 9 Oct. 27, 1877. 
ii. Dudley Ellis, Aug. 5, 1879. 

722. 

George A. 8 {John W., 1 Nathan,* Nathan, 5 Eliphalet, 4 Ebe- 
nezer, 3 Robert 2 ), born at Lowell [Fitchburg rec], Jan. 24, 1843 ; 
married first, "of Clinton," Oct. 26, 1867, in Fitchburg, Mary L., 
daughter of George A. and Louisa Chadburn of Clinton, aged 19 ; 
she died May 4, 1868. He married second, in Clinton, April 6, 
1870, Martha J. Chadbourne, born in Richmond, Vt. She died 
June 12, 1872, at Clinton, aged "20, 11, 4." He married third, 
Dec. 25, 1876, in Ashburnham, Ida A. Taylor of Ashburnham, 
born May 7, 1856, at Leominster. He was then "living in Fitch- 
burg, aged 32 ; tinsmith." In another document called " chair- 
maker." 

Child : 

Gertrude Olivia, 9 * Ashburnham, Nov. 30, 1877. 



723. 

Charles W. 8 {John Warren, 7 Nathan, 8 Nathan, 5 Eliphalet,* 
Ebenezer, 3 Robert 2 ), born at Clinton, Aug. 9, 1851; married in 
Fitchburg, Aug. 3, 1876, Elizabeth E., daughter of Nathan L. and 
Mary B. Battles, born Aug. 13, 1858. 

Painter. 

Children, born in Fitchburg : 

. f George Lonzo, 9 \ M , . d. Aug. 30, 1877. 
*• | Herbert L., / March 4 ' d. Aug. 29, 1877. 

ii. Mary Elizabeth, Aug. 9, 1877. 

* Gertrude E. [L. D. W.] 



WAKI-: IIKNKALOC.Y. 291 



721. 



Sumneb Bdblingame' ( Lyman s '., 7 Duty* Oliver? Eliphalet,* 
Ebenezer? Robert'), born in Wrentham, Aug. 17, L856; married 
Deo. 9, L874, Isabel Baxter. Resides at Norfolk, Mass. 

Children: 

i. Eleanor Ai <;i -i \/' April 2, 1S7S; in. Oct. 1"), L896, Edward 

Kvefett C'roSCUp. 

ii. Myrtis rsABBL, May 90, 1H80; m. Nov. 15, 1897, Edward 

A n-t in Woods. 

iii. Esther May. April 29, 1886. 

iv. Benjamin Lyman, April 7, 1890; d. Sept. 9, 1895. 



724a. 

* William Eliot 8 {Edward Y., 1 Ellas, 6 fflias,' Timothy,' 
Robert? Robert*), bora Sept. 16, 1841 ; married Oct. 9, 1867, at 
Newark, N. J., Martha Ellen Young, born March 5, 1812. "He 
served during the war of the Rebellion from Aug. 4, 18G2, to June 
26, 1865. Entered the 27 Keg. Mo. Vol. Inf. as first lieutenant; 
promoted to captain, and served as A. A. A. 17th A. C. with 
General Sherman from Vicksburg to the end of the war." Resides 
at St. Louis, Mo. 
Children : 

831. i. Edward Young, 9 Jan. 12, 18G9. 
ii. Margery, Jan. 7, 1872. 



7246. 

John Howard' (Mias U.,~ h'/las," Ellas,* Timothy,* Robert,* 
Robert*), born Nov. 6, 1849 ; married Laura Belle Hall of Colum- 
bus, ()., born there, May 11, 1855. He is in the grocery business 
in Columbus. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Pearl Lucielle, 9 Columbus, Aug. 11, 1886. 
ii. John Howard, Sept. 6, 1889. 



724c. 

Hknry ElM8« I Eli** If., 7 Ellas, 9 Ellas," Timothy,' /!>>/„ rt, 3 
Iiol» ri ' v ), born May 10, 1864; married Kmma Mary Ilenscl of 
Chillicothe, O., born March 14, 1867. lie is a railroad engineer. 

■ 



r 



292 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Hazel Susan, 9 Oct. 17, 1889. 

ii. Bernice Caroline, Aug. 8, 1891. 

iii. Irma Alice, June 5, 1895. 



725. 

Robert Galen, Jr. 8 (Robert G., 1 Preston, 6 Elias, b Timothy,* 
Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born in Baltimore, Aug. 13, 1848 ; died Jan. 
26, 1898 ; married Dec. 10, 1873, Julia E. Davis. 

Children : 

i. Robert Galen, 9 Aug. 7, 1875. 

ii. Mary Julia, Nov. 12, 1876. 

iii. Charles Carroll, Dec. 19, 1884. 



726. 

Francis Alden 8 ( Preston, 7 Preston, 6 Pitas, 6 Timothy,* Robert, 3 
Robert 2 ), born in Baltimore, Md., April 12, 1850; married April 
21, 1880, Carrie H. Langmaid of Somerville, Mass. 
Children : 

i. Samuel, 9 Somerville, Oct. 14, 1881. 
ii. Ernest, Aug. 22, 1886. 
iii. Lavinia, Aug. 22, 1889. 
iv. Preston, July 28, 1892. 



727. 

Charles Howard 8 (Preston,'' Preston, 6 Elias, b Timothy,* 
Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born at Baltimore, Md., Jan. 10, 1855 ; married 
Sept., 1885, Albertina Todhunter. Physician. 

Children : 

i. Joseph, 9 July 29, 1886. 

ii. Mary Lilly, Dec. 13, 1890. 



728. 

Bruce Richardson 8 (Preston,'' Preston, 6 Elias, h Timothy,* 
Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born in Newton, Dec. 30, 1857 ; married June 
11, 1883, Ida B. M. Randall of Mattapoisett. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 293 



He ifl a Boston merchant, dealer in twines. 

Children : 

i. I, ii i [am K., 9 Newl Lug. 18, L884. 

ii. Bruce, Feb. 26, 1887. 

iii. Miriam Lavinia, May 12, 188'J. 



72l>. 

Normw W.' (James? James,' Elias,' Timothy,* Robert* 
Robert'), bom in Everett, June L2, 1864 ; married Dec. 5, 1893, 
Stella (i. Rideout, also born in E. ; residence Everett. 

( ihildren : 

i. Merle Marson, 9 Au<j. i~>, isim;. 
ii. Stanley Piektont, (Jet. 12, 18'J7. 



730. 

Paschal PorE 9 (Paschal P. P., 1 James* Elias,'" Timothy,* 
Robert, 3 Hubert*), born in Everett; married May 13, 1890, Lora 
D. Ward. 



731. 

George Honford 8 (Pliny Clark, 7 Pliny,* Asaph,'' Henry,* 
Robert, 3 Robert*), born in Montague, Nov. 12, 1850; married 
first, Hannah .lane, daughter of Capt. Stephen and May Bears, born 
at Canso, Nova Scotia, Oct. 31, 1845 or 1846; died Aug. 16, 
1888. He married second, May 4, 1891, Mary Elizabeth, daughter 
of Thomas and Deborah Chamberlain, born Oct. 3, 1837; died 
Feb. 28, L892. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Luther B., 9 1). and d. July 7, 1H72. 

ii. Ki.dii. M u it. Jan. 2, isso ; «1. June 20, 1880. 

iii. Ethel GRACE, Feb. 17, <1. March 1, 1892. 



732. 

Milo Lewis" (Edwin I..,' Asaph,' Asaph, 1 Henry,* Robert,' 

Robert"), born Dec. 1, 1858; married Oct. 20, 1881, Mellissa M.. 



294 WARE GENEALOGY. 

daughter of Sylvanus and Samantha (Fairchild) Dix, born April 
10, 1862. He resides at Coggon, Iowa; merchant. 
Children, born at Coggon : 

i. Lawrence Victor, 9 Aug. 22, 1882. 

ii. Clifton Wilbur, Feb. 22, 1884. 

iii. Samantha Eulalia, May 15, 1886. 

iv. Lettie Emeline, Sept. 28, 1887. 

v. Ira Edwin, Nov. 9, 1890. 

vi. Iola Melissa, Dec. 21, 1900. 



733. 

Matthew Asaph 8 {Eclicin L., 1 Asaph, 6 Asaph,* Henry, 4 
Robert, 2 Robert 2 ), bora Sept. 3, 1875; married Dec. 29, 1897, 
Winnie, daughter of Daniel and Rhoda (Crane) Read, born Nov. 
5, 1878. Associated in business with his brother Milo. 

Children : 

i. Naomi, 9 Nov. 17, 1898. 
ii. Wilma, May 25, 1900. 



733 



a. 



Albert Lincoln 8 ( Wesley," 1 Nathan," Nathan,* Ichabod, 4 
Robert, 3 Robert' 2 ), born in Cambridge, July 27, 1860; married 
Nov. 8, 1887, Barbara Florence, daughter of Archibald and Joanna 
(Moore) Ritchie, formerly of Halifax, N. S., born Sept. 14, 1862. 
He graduated from Cambridge High School in 1878 ; had training 
in both technical and practical respects as a mechanical engineer ; 
was some time with Mr. E. D. Leavitt of Cambridge, designing 
machinery for the Calumet and Hecla Mining Co. ; was appointed 
director of drawing in the Cambridge Manual Training School at its 
organization in 1888, a position he still fills ; has also been principal 
of evening drawing schools in Boston and Somerville since 1886; 
and superintended the vacation school for boys in the C. M. T. S. 
buildings, 1896-1899. Removed in 1899 to Arlington Heights. 
Children, born in Cambridge : 

i. Isabel Erminie, 9 Nov. 22, 1888. 

ii. Kenneth Hitchings, Aug. 19, 1891 ; d. Nov. 4, 1893. 

iii. Albert Lincoln, Jr., Aug. 28, 1894. 

iv. Kennetha Marguerita, May 10, 1896. 



WARE GENEALOGY. 895 

7336. 

Gilbert N. 1 ( Wesley, 1 Nathan, 1 Nathan,' Zcholxxl,* Robert; 
Robert') , born in Cambridge, Nov. 82, 1868; married Dec. 29, 

1NS6, Kdith Mason. Is :i dealer in bouts and shoes in Boston ; 

residee it Maiden. 

Children : 

i. Nina. 9 
ii. BffASON. 



734. 

Benjamin K.' ( Willard IT., 7 Everett, 6 Nathan,* Ichabod, 4 
Robert* Robert*), born Aug. 25, L858 ; married at Whitefield, 

Mr.. Oct. 18, L882 (by Kev. Freeman Cooper, Jr.), Allie L. 
Peaslee. 



735. 

Charles F. 8 {Obed; Joseph,* Obed, 1 Tchabod,* Robert, 3 
Robert" 1 ), horn Feb. 20, 1845; died duly, 1883; married first, 
duly 14, 1867, Emily B. Reeves of .Jefferson; she died May 13, 
1879. He married second (int. June 23, 1880), Mrs. Abbie L. 
Whitten of Palermo, Me. 

Children : 

i. Mabel \X.? Aug. 4, 1869; m. let, Jan. 20, 1892, Charles E. 
Heath of Gardiner, Me. 
Children ; 

1. Elmer Joseph, Dec. 3, 1893. 

2. Mabel Ware. .Ian. 6, 1895. 

•'•:. Arthur Francis, May 11, 1897. 

ii. Grace B., Aug. 16, lssl ; m . Sept. 15, 1898, Perley Pigue. 



736. 

Nathan F\ {Obed; Joseph,' Obed,' Tchabod,' Robert, 3 

Robert'), born Dec. 20, 1856; married (int. July 2n, 1884), 
Hattie M. I lilt, born April 9, L863. 
Children, born in Whitefield : 
i. Edith Mixnik, Aug. 11, 1885. 



296 WARE GENEALOGY. 

ii. Eva May, Oct. 30, 1886. 

iii. Thorald Chester, April 28, 1888. 

iv. Flossie Hattie, May 28, 1890. 

v. Mertie A., July 19, 1893. 

vi. Miriam, Dec. 3, 1895. 

vii. Viola, Nov. 20, 1897. 



737. 

William H. 8 (Timothy,'' Joseph, 6 Obed, b Ichabod, 4 Robert,* 
Robert*), born Dec. 9, 1862; married Dec. 16, 1894, Eloise C. 
Hathaway of Bourne, Mass. She died Oct. 5, 1897. 



738. 

George P. 8 (Timothy,'' Joseph,* Obed,° Ichabod, 4 Robert, 3 
Robert 2 ), born Sept. 22, 1864; married April 28, 1893, Alice F. 
Welsh. 



740. 

Charles Benjamin 8 (Benjamin F., 7 Amos, 6 Jabez, 5 Michael, 4 
Robert, 3 Robert 2 ), born in Worcester, April 13, 1850; married 
Sept. 9, 1873, Marion Wheeler, daughter of Charles LeRoy (son 
of Linus and Elizabeth of Torrington, Conn.) and Adeline (Gabriel) 
Sage. Lives at New London, Conn. 

Children : 

i. Albert Pond, 9 May 23, 187G. 
ii. Marion, Oct. 19, 1882. 



742. 

Charles F. 8 (Benjamin F., 1 Amos, 8 Amos, 6 Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 
Robert 2 ), born in Worcester, July 7, 1872; married in Orange, 
July 29, 1897, Etta M., daughter of Sidney H. and Emma M. 
(Stone) Thayer of Athol. Resides in Athol. 



743. 



Horace L. 8 (Benjamin F., 1 Amos, 6 Amos,' Jabez, 4 Michael, 3 
Robert 2 ), born in Worcester, Feb. 23, 1875; married March 11, 



WARE GENEALOGY. 297 

1807, Mrs. Edna A. (Smith) Leavitt, daughter of Joseph F. and 
Louisa A. (Hughes) Smith. Besides in Worcester. 



744. 

Henry [bvtng' (Erastus? Horace* A mos,' Jabez* Michael,' 
Robert*), horn in Salem, Sept. 11, L847; married Sept. 20, L893, 
in ( lambridge, Harriet Augusta I [owe of Watertown. She waa born 
in Union, Me., Sept. IT, 1848; her mother was Tolly Ware, 
daughter of Jason, No. 298. Lives &\ Swampscott. 



715. 

Whxard C. 8 (Erastus, 1 Horace,* Amos,' Jabez* Michael,' 
Robert*), born Oct. .">, 1849; married April 28, 1875, in Hamil- 
ton, Lydia A. Dane of II. 



747. 

Oscar Tyler 9 (Leiois, 1 Lewi*, 6 Abiel,' Michael,* Michael,' 
Robert'), born at Wardsboro', Vt., July 23, 1841; married in 
Newfane, Vt., Jan. 1, 1863, Alvira A. Cook. 

Child: 
847. Bert Oscar, 9 Nov. 23, 18Gs. 



718. 

Faykttk D. 3 (Lewis, 1 Lewis,' Abiel,' Michael,* Michael, 3 
Rob rt*), born at Wardsboro', Vt. [1846] : married in Fitchburg, 

May 6, 1 869, Irene ( i ., daughter <>t' Daniel M. and Julia A. Adams 
of Fitchburg. 

Carpenter. Resides in Fitchburg. 



7 1'.'. 

Azro W* {Kendrick, M . James,* Michael* Mich 
Ro' . born at Buckland] ; married Feb. 23, L872, Delia F. 
Dole of Buckland. Contractor and builder, R aid sat Shelburne 

Falls. 

19 



298 WARE GENEALOGY. 

Children : 

i. Mabel Hastings, 9 Feb. 28, 1874; grad. Middlebury Coll.; 

teacher, 
ii. Grace Louise, June 1, 1876. 
iii. Eugene Wilder, May 6, 1884. 
iv. A son, April 22, d. April 24, 1888. 
v. Marion Holloway, April 24, 1890. 
vi. Ethelynd Amber, July 7, 1893. 



750. 

James William 8 (Carlos L., 7 Leonard, Frederick,* John,* 
Jonathan 3 , Robert 2 ), born Aug. 4, 1862 ; married April 15, 1890, 
Mary Bare. He is a farmer. 

Children, born in Fulton, 111. : 

i. William Wallace, 9 b. and d. Fek 3, 1891. 

ii. Carl Leonard, March 21, 1892. 

iii. Helen, Feb. 11, 1894; d. March 12, 1895. 

iv. Robert Gage, Oct. 17, 1895. 

v. A son, Nov. 26, 1897. 



765. 

Harry E. 8 (Daniel, 1 Abel, 6 James, 5 Jonathan, 4 JRobert, 3 
Ephraim*), born July 14, 1870; married Aug. 12, 1894, at 
Whitman, Alice M., daughter of Samuel R. and Clara A. Mc- 
Kenzie, born in Charlestown, Sept. 5, 1875. Removed to East 
Bridgewater, then to Ashby. 

Children : 

i. Pearl Evelyn, 9 Aug. 3, 1896. 
ii. Leon P., Aug. 25, 1900. 



767. 

Francis Willis 8 (Walter M., 7 Ebenezer, 6 Ebenezer, * Ebe- 
nezer,* Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer 2 ), bom in Hancock, Wis., Jan. 27, 
1859; married Dec. 25, 1885, Eveline, daughter of Samuel and 
Elvira (Grant) Bigsby, born in Warrion, Wis., Feb. 29, 1864. 
Resides in Lemark, Ark. 

Child : 

Edwin C. 9 



WABB GENEALOGY. 299 

708. 

Seneca Eugene 8 | Walter M., : Ebenezer,' Ebt lezer, Eo< - 
!>>:■ /•,' Nathaniel, 3 Ebenezer*) , born in Hancock, Wis., Aug. 25, 
1862 ; married No\ . 25, L886, Eva Adel, daughter of William and 
Roselle I>. (Upton) [rving, born in Munroe, Wis.) June 3, 1803. 
Resides at Marathon, Wis. 
Child: 

Ad el i. Agnes.' 

773. 

Willis Clark' (David, 1 Jason,' Jason,' Nathaniel/ Na- 
thaniel, 3 Ebenezer*), born Sept. 24, 1850; died Sept. 10, 1882 j 
married May 4, 1875, Ida B. Wilson of Bennington, X. II., born 
May II, 1855. 



775. 

Edgar L .vrnTx" (Hhtroey J., 1 Jason* Jason ,* Nathaniel ',-** Na- 
thaniel, 3 Ebenezer*), born April 6, 1861; married July 9, 1883, 
Carrie Bell, daughter of Lyman and Nancy C. (Draper) Gilchrist. 

Children : 

i. Elsie Caroline. 9 

ii. IIakvey Oilman, June 21, 1885. 



776. 

Clarence Harvey 9 (ffenry Ward? Jason,' Jason, 6 jRfa- 
thaniel,* Nathaniel* Ebenezer*), born Jan. 28, 1861; married 
Jan. 1, 1889, Anna J., daughter of Charles Henry and Eliza 
Josephine (Newell) Lee, born July 5, 1870. 



NINTH GENERATION. 



800. 



William Richmond 9 (Enoch R., s William R., 1 George, 6 
George, William,* John, 3 John 2 ), born Feb. 4, 1855; married 
May 1, 1895, Addie Esther Ames. Resides in New York City. 

Child : 

Richmond Ames. 10 

801. 

Edwaed James 9 (Enoch Richmond* William R., 1 George* 
George, William,* John, 3 John 2 ), born June 16, 1859, at New 
York City; married at Sing Sing, N. Y., Oct. 4, 1888, Caroline, 
daughter of William H. and Catherine S. Barlow. M.D. ; physician 
at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City. 

Children : 

i. Edward Richmond, 10 March 25, 1892. 
ii. William Barlow, March 20, 1895. 

806. 

Herbert H. 9 (George,* Erastus,'' Levi, 6 Ezra,' John* John* 
John 2 ), born at Westmoreland, N. H., Nov. 21, 1859 ; married, in 
1888, Martha Dinsmore of Walpole, N. H. 

Children, born in Westmoreland : 

i. George D., 10 Jan. 8, 1890. 
ii. Austin, Sept. 20, 1891. 
hi. John W., Oct., 1893. 

807. 



Sidney L. 9 (George* Erastus,' 1 Levi, 6 Ezra, John,* John 



3 



John 2 ), born in Westmoreland, N. H., June 6, 1868; married 
Sept. 24, 1890, Mary Morgan of Chesterfield, N. H. 

Children : 

i. Hazel, 10 Jane 1, 1891. 

ii. Willis Morgan, April, 1894, 



WARE GENEALOGY. 301 

829. 

George Benri ' | George 11.." Lyman 8. ,' Nathan,* Nathan,' 
Eliphalet,* Eben •. Robert*), l»>ni in Walpole, Jan L8, 186] ; 
married Oct. 25, L883, Kate Fisher Kongsbury. 

Milk dealer in Roxbury. 

( Ihildren : 

i. Geobge Ebnest, 10 W. Dedham, March 18, 1886. 
ii. Cora Lillian, Jamaica Plain, Oct 27, 1889. 



830. 

William Francis* (Lyman Davis, 9 Lyman &.,* Nathan,' 
' i . Eliphalet,* Ebenezer,' Robert*), born June 27, 1869; 
married June 4, 188!', Annie Laura Hawes of Dorchester, born Jan. 
2, 1864. 

Children, born in Walpole: 

i. Lillian Abetta, 10 Dec. 19, 1891. 
ii. William Russell, Jau. o0, 1897. 



831. 

Edward Young, 9 2d (William E., e Edward T., 1 Elias,' 
Elias,' Timothy,* Robert, 2 Robert*), born Jan. 12, 1869; he 
married, -Inly 14, 1897, Ellen Luticia McGuire, Los Angeles, Cal. 

Child: 

William Alexandeb, 10 June 1"), 1900. 



847. 

Bert Oscar" (Oscar T., 1 Lewis? Lewis,' Abiel,' Michael,' 
Michael,' Robert*), born Nov. 23, 1868; married March 26, 
1890, in Brattleboro', Vt., Myra B. Miller of Brattleboro'. 

II.' enlisted April 25, 1898, in the 1st Vermont nut. ; mustered 
in May 1 6. 

Child: 

Park Cook,' July 15, 1- 



APPENDIX. 



Henry "Ware, the ninth of the ten children of John and Martha 
(Prentiss) Ware, was born in Sherburne, Mass., on the first day 
of April, 1764. He was a feeble child, but by the help of a pecu- 
liarly tender care on his mother's part, his constitution acquired 
strength. He had small advantages of early instruction in book 
knowledge, the school being kept only from six to ten weeks in the 
winter season, and the rest of the year being employed in the lighter 
work on his father's farm. He early formed the plan of going to 
college, however, and with the generous aid of his brothers he was 
fitted by the minister of the parish, Rev. Elijah Brown, to enter the 
freshman class at Cambridge in 1781. His college course was full 
of honors, and at his graduation he delivered the Latin Valedictory 
oration. He at once began to prepare for the ministry, at the same 
time taking charge of the town school of Cambridge. In 1787 he 
began to preach, and was ordained over the First Church in Hing- 
ham, Oct. 24, of the same year. 

About two years later he married Mary, the daughter of Rev. 
Jonas Clarke of Lexington. He remained in Hin^ham eighteen 
years, and was "conspicuous in the first rank of the clergymen of 
the day in all the accomplishments and graces that become that 
character. His services as a preacher were held in the highest es- 
teem by the people of his charge and in the neighboring churches. 
* * He was especially valued by those most competent to estimate 
correctly the rectitude and delicacy of his character and the resources 
of his mind." 

In 1805, in the forty-first year of his age, he was elected to the 
chair of the Hollis Professorship of Divinity in Harvard College ; 
he was inaugurated on May 14th, and removed to Cambridge in 
June. This election marks an era in the history of the Congresra- 
tional churches of New England. It was vehemently opposed by a 
portion of the clergy and other leading men, on the ground that Mr. 
Ware's theology was of so liberal a character that it was not right 
to place him in a professorship intended to inculcate and maintain 
Calvinistic doctrines. As a matter of fact, Thomas Hollis of Lon- 



w \i:i: GENEALOGY. ."<<).") 

don, Bug., who had founded the professorship in 1710, was not a 
Calvinist but :i very liberal Baptist, who had required in hi- deed of 
gift onlj thai his professor should "believe in the Scriptures as the 
only perfect rule of faith and manners," and should promise to "ex- 
plain the Scriptures with integrity and uprightness, according to the 
l>e-i light that God Bhall give him." Mr. Ware took DO part in the 
controversi lasioned by his appointment until, in L820, hv the 

advice of friends, he published a Reply to " Letters to Unitarians," 
bylh-. Woods, and followed up for several years the, discussion 
thus begun. Meanwhile he was devoted to the regular duties of his 
position, preparing elaborate lectures on religion and conducting 
the instruction of classes. He also took his share in the Sunday 
pulpit service in the College chapel after [\ ment in 1M4, 

and was twic< invested with the temporary government of the Col- 
lege in the interims between two presidential terms, tie also, being 
a genuine and active lover of reform and pro r -. devised in 1811 
a >urs< of regular exercises with the students of Divinity who re- 
mained in Cambridge after their college course was completed, — a 
course which proved to he the germ of the Divinity School, estab- 
lished in 1819, with the appointment of professors on various theo- 
logical subjects, and formed into a permanent system with the selec- 
tion of his son, Henry Ware, dr., to iill the newly-endowed chair 
of 1'ulpit Eloquence and Pastoral Care, in 1830. 

Dr. Ware devoted himself to these varied labors with ability and 
diligence and with unabated powers for more than thirty-five years. 
In 1840 he underwent an operation for cataract on the eve, which 
was unsuccessful, and from this time till his death in 1845 he was 
mostly confined to his home. 

" Henry Ware's was a character of mark. I have known few 
minds so sagacious, none more firm, more calmlv balanced, more 
candid or more just. Its influence has operated extensively. Nearly 
all the ministers of one of the principal Christian denominations in 
the country have been his pupil 

[IS lj.] [Chiefly compiled from Memoir by Dr. J. G. Tali key] . 



304 



WARE GENEALOGY. 



FRAGMENTS of the old Family Bible of Timothy 4 Ware, of Wrentham, 
and of his son Elias. 5 [In the possession of Mr. Lyman Eugene 7 Ware, 
of Norfolk.] 



[677]. 
FAMILY RECORD. 



Marriages. 

Timothy Ware, son of Robert & 
Elizabeth Ware, born Dec. 23, 1716. 

Mary Healy, daughter of Paul & 
Hannah Healy, born Nov. 30, 1721. 



Marriages. 

Ephraim Groves, born in Year 
1741. 

Bathsheba Bowditch, born in Year. 
1735. 



[678]. 

FAMILY RECORD. 
Births. 
Descendants of Timothy Ware. 

Mary Ware, born Dec. 2, 1743. 
Olive Ware, born March 22, 1744. 
Timothy Ware, November 17, 1746. 
Elias Ware bo[rn May 30, 1754.] 



Births. 

Descendants of Ephraim Groves. 
Deborah Groves born Dec. 5, i702. 



[679]. 

FAMILY RECORD. 

Births 
Mary Ware Died June 27 : th 1767 



my mother when I was but 13 years 
old aged 45 



Timothy Ware Died 



Sept 



Deaths. 
My son Preston s wife Nancy Died 
~ Ul 1813 aged 27 years. 



My son James Wife Died 
15 tlJ 17-6 & Melenda. wa . . . 



Deaths. 

Timothy Ware died Nov. 30 th 
1794. — 

Mary Ware died June 27. 1767. 

45. 

Descendants. 



[680]. 
FAMILY RECORD. 

Deaths. 

Ephraim Groves died June 7, 
1810. 

Bathsheba Groves died March 9 
1787 

Descentants. 



w ARE GENE kLOOl . 305 

my Brother Timothy Ware 7 yean 

iV 6 moil I lis vV I 3 W;i\ s 



I > scendanU of Elicu Ware, 

- Ware Jun. born Feb. L9, 17m'. 
I'i ston Ware born Sept. 24, 1788. 
James Ware born Nov. 2, 1785. 



James Married bis second wife May 24 tt 181*. Eliza — Pope 



My Grandson Galen was married S 1829 to Eveline C in-old of 
Boston 
Addison Ware Married Dec. ."»"' .... 
Button 



SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF (WIT. NATHAN WARE, JR., 
WRITTEN' BY HIMSELF. [ABSTRACT]. 



"I WAS born of parents not wealthy: my mother was a feeble 
woman, much under the Dr.'a care ; ao myself, one brother and one 
sister did much to maintain our parents. 

1 was noticed at four or five years old as being the first to rise in 
the morning and out to play or work. At eighl and a half yeara I 
Eft my home to live with a man nicknamed 'Skinflint.' I dropped 
corn, drove oxen to plow, had my board until I was nine and a half 
years; after this I was to have my board and clothes until I was six- 
teen. 'I'i. a hard place. . . . All the time I stayed with 
him he gave me only six 'coppers,' and no way of making any 
ihell corn for one cent a bushel after I had done my stent. 

This was his plan i suppose to see how much he could u r|, t out of 
me, as he knew I had a good taste for a copper; he i 
deal of corn, and kept it in the attic. Stormy weather and winter 
evenings I Bhelled bis corn with a shovel and tub. At twelve yean 






306 WARE GENEALOGY. 

old, having a good taste for taking care of cattle he trusted me to 
take care of them, some eighteen in number; some days he would 
not go to the barn at all. When I could have all day to shell corn 
my stent was six bushels a day and take care of the cattle, with the 
priviledge of one cent a bushel after my stent was done. I gained 
two bushels, then he stented me eight bushels besides taking care of 
the cattle ; I got so I could shell ten bushels ; this drawed upon 
his purse ; he thought I ought to have twelve for my stent. This I 
did not do, for I could not and take care of the cattle, so my money 
making was done. I did, however, trap two birds, which brought 
me three coppers. My mother gave me six coppers to encourage 
me to stay there. Coppers were worth more to look at then than 
dollars are now. At the age of fourteen I left him, barefoot and 
thinly clad ; it was warm weather. He liked me and wanted me to 
stay with him, as he could get no other boy that would stay. Now 
this man was rich, had a good farm, and money at interest; the 
season I left him he sold his farm for two thousand dollars, such a 
farm at this day would bring six thousand or more. After I left 
this place I let myself one year for twenty dollars, a top price in 
those days. The next year I worked by the day, week or month, 
thrashing, breaking flax, chopping wood ; from the age of seventeen 
to nineteen I bought grain some twenty or thirty miles from home 
and supplied the 'Flag Co.' Also bought butter, cheese and pork 
and sold to my neighbors. At nineteen I helped cut timber on the 
North Wrentham road to build the meeting-house with, also helped 
build the meeting-house. In eighteen hundred I came to Walpole 
to labor for a man named Seth Smith ; he hired me for six months 
for seventy dollars ; at the end of six months he again hired me for a 
year for one hundred dollars. After I had lived with them about 
two and a half years I married their only daughter ; her father 
owned a farm worth, in those days, about three thousand dollars, 
which was left her after their decease. 

When I was married I had five hundred dollars of my own earn- 
ings ; this was double the amount any other young man [in the 
neighborhood] could show. The next year there was a large house 
to build, and as the parents were aged, the planting, cutting some of 
the timber off the farm, buying the rest, hauling the brick from Dor- 
chester, all fell on me. Most of the remainder of my days were 
spent in buying and selling goods of all kinds, trading, &c, going 
from Boston to Providence and New York with teams. 

I was always well and strong, called f iron constitutioned ' ; always 
first to take hold in the morning: and last to <nve out at nisdit, and am 
spared to the advanced age of eighty-four years to write these facts ; 
my limbs are weak but my mind and memory are strong." [See 
Nos. 16, 44, 115 and 259.] 



UNIDENTIFIED WARES. 



Besides the descendants <>t" Robert Ware, there have been in the 
United States several other families, descended from emigrants who, 
as far as is known, had do connection with each other, though they 
may have come from the same stock in England. 



"Wh.t.mm Weabe," shoemaker, a citizen of Dorchester, 
Massachusetts, was admitted to the church 17(2)1643; was one of 
the ruling elders in lillo, according to Lechford; an arbitrator in a 
lawsuit. Removed to Boston. lie died Feb. 11, 1657; will 
signed and dated March 26, 1656, probated 1 April, 1658. Names 
wife Elizabeth; daughter Sarah; grandchildren Obediah and Eliza- 
beth(iill: lands and house in Boston and Dorchester. John Gill, 
mariner, and Edward Grant, ship carpenter, husbands, respectively, 
of his 'daughters Elizabeth and Sarah, confirmed a deed of land at 
Dorchester made by the widow, duly 9, 1661. [Reg. vm., 353.] 

The fact that he mentioned only his daughters and the children of 

that one who was then married, docs not preclude the possibility 
that he had other children ; nor docs his spelling of the family name 
— " Wcarc " — separate him from any who spelled it " Ware," 80 im- 
perfect were the documents of those days, and so little care did men 
exercise in spelling. Bu4 there is do evidence in our possession to 
show that William had any other children beside Elizabeth and 

Sarah. 



Nicholas Ware married Anna, daughter of Mr. William 
Vassal! ofScituate; July 18, 1657, he joined with other heirs of 
Mr. Vassal! (who had removed to Barbadoes) in a deed of land; 



308 WARE GENEALOGY. 

the document does not state his residence, which may be conjectured 
to have been at Barbadoes from the circumstance that he sent a 
letter of attorney for the business ; yet he may have lived at Scituate 
at a previous time. But we know nought of his descendants. 



Peter Weare (Wier, Wyer, Wyre), was a resident of 
York, Maine, very early ; had a lawsuit in court at Piscataqua in 
1640; was one of the witnesses to an Indian deed of land to 
Humphrey Chadbourne in 1643 ; bought land at Cape Nuddocke 
Beach, 18 Oct., 1644 ; had a grant of land from the town in 1646. 
[York Deeds, I.] Took oath of allegiance to the Massachusetts 
government, 22 Nov., 1652. He deposed 7 Dec, 1658, relative to 
land grants made fourteen or fifteen years before. He was a faith- 
ful friend of the Massachusetts Bay authorities, and was imprisoned 
for that cause by the Royalist officials when they attained power. 
He petitioned for suitable recompense for his sufferings ; had been 
lame many years. [See the Baxter Manuscripts.] 

He died before April 18, 1692, when the inventory of his estate 
was taken ; his widow Mary presented it in court Nov. 1, following. 
[York Deeds, V.] She made her will 21 Jan., 1719, and died 
before April 7, following, when it was probated. She bequeathed 
her estate to her children Hopewell and Daniel Ware, Mary Roberts 
and Sarah No well, and to her son-in-law, No well. 



Robert Wier or Wyer of Boston, bv wife Mary, had a son 
John, born 1(9)1646. Whether "Daniel Ware" who by wife 
Lidia had son Daniel, born 12 Oct., 1700, in Boston, was a son or 
grandson of this Robert is a point worth investigating. Edward 
Wyer had land assigned him by Charlestown, on "Misticke Side," 
in 1657-8 ; married Elizabeth Johnson, Jan. 5, 1659, and had 
children, one of whom, Robert, was an innholder in 1705. 



Nathaniel Weare or Ware was a resident of Haverhill and 
a land-owner in the year 1645. His daughter Hester married 1(9) 



WARE GENEALOGY, .'lO'.t 

ITiIT, Benjamin Sweet, of Newbury. Either he or a son of the 
same name married Elizabeth, daughter ol Elizabeth Swain of 
Hampton and Nantucket, and had descendants, among whom 
Meschech Weare of Portsmouth is particularly notable. From a 
letter of the late W. M. Sargent of Portland, Me. | 



Joseph Ware came to New Jersey with Fenwick'e Colony, 

in ir>7">. He had two sons, Joseph, l>. 1684, and John, 1688; 
both left numerous descendants, many of whom are -till living in 
New Jersey. A Benjamin Ware, 1». aboul 1700, who has descend- 
ants, probably belongs to this family. | Notes and (Queries in I>os- 
ton Transcript, No. lt'.'.'l-', by \V. B. T. who refers to Shroud's 
History and Genealogy ofFenwick's Colony, p. 329—41.] 



Robert Wabe, of New Portland, Maine, married Jerusha Blunt 
of.Mt. Vernon, .Me. (intention entered in both towns "2-1-1814," 
certificate issued "2-24-1814"). The New Portland record ha- a 
statement of the date of his own birth — "May 21st, 1784 " — preced- 
ing the record of the birth of his daughter, Mary Jane, horn "Dec. 
12th. 1814." lie removed to Burlington, Iowa, and there died 
" 10-11-1865"; his wife died there " 1-20-1859." Tradition refers 
his parentage to a sire named Robert Ware, of*whom it tells some 
stories of naval Bervice; and locates the son in Wrentham in child- 
hood and at ( lambridge in early manhood ; but these points have not 
been establ sh i. 

Children : 

i. M wr, Jake, Dec. 1 - . L814; married Franklin Prescott. 
ii. BjRAH BeL( HEB, July 25, 1817 : married Amanda Melvina 
1 [olbrook. 

( bildren : 

J. Eug Fitch (widely known aa an author under the nom 

: 1 '" 1. I [artford, ( 'mm.. May 
1841 ; served during the war of the Rebellion in tlio 
First Iowa Infantry, Fourth Iowa Cavalry and as 
• ptain in t' nth lo ■ I . ' in 

. N. V., on. 22, 1874, Jennett Philena 
Huntingfc a, b. in Shaftesbury, Yt.. June 19, 1- 



310 WARE GENEALOGY. 

granddaughter of Gov. Jonas Galusha of Yermont. 
Was resident of Fort Scott, Kansas, from Sept., 1867, 
to Sept., 1893 ; then removed to Topeka, Kan. Served 
in State Senate 1879 to 1884, inclusive. Children: 
1. Abby, Jan. 4, 1876; 2. Juniata, Jan. 10, d. Feb. 
10, 1878 ; 3. Eugene Huntington, Oct. 2, 1879 ; 4. 
Nettie, Oct. 26, 1884 ; 5. Amelia, Jan. 31, 1888. 

2. Frank Holbrooh, Nov. 16, 1843; d. Nov. 8, 1845. 

3. Juniata Maria, March 7, 1846 ; married March 15, 1869, 

H. C. McComas ; was killed by Apache Indians near 
Lordsburg, New Mexico, March 28, 1883, leaving 
two daughters : Ada, b. Dec. 25, 1870, m. at Fort 
Scot, Kan., April 4, 1890, Grant Hazelton ; Mary 
McComas, b. May 1, 1873. 

4. Robert Blunt, Dec. 8, 1848. 

5. Charles Little, May 27, 1853; married Sept. 30, 1884, 

Lilla M. Rice (b. Feb. 4, 1855). He died May 27, 
1887, leaving one child — Caroline Amanda, b. Oct. 
13, 1885. 

iii. Parthenia B., Oct. 15, 1820 ; married Chandler Goldthwaite. 

iv. Elizabeth S., Jan. 5, 1823 ; married Uriah Foster. 

v. James, July 20, 1826 ; lost at sea. 

vi. Martha Ann, Dec. 9, 1830 ; married in Farmington, Me., 
Nov. 24, 1849, Seth, son of John Carter and Anna (Kelly) 
Garland. He was killed by Indians at Pike's Peak in 1886. 
Child : 

Florence Anna. Augusta, Me., Jan. 1, 1852; married in 
Burlington, Iowa, March 15, 1873, George Mayhew, son 
of Joseph Tilton and Maria Jane (Babcock) Moulton. 
Resides in Chicago, 111. Children: 1. Dorothy Edith, 
Winona, Minn., Aug. 31, 1874 ; 2. Garland A., Chicago, 
Feb. 15, 1876. 

vii. Augusta F., Sept. 7, 1833 ; married James Ford. 



Robert Ware, of Holden, Mass., married Nov. 27, 1806, 
Hannah, daughter of Sparrow and Hannah Crosby, born Feb. 16, 
1784; died Oct. 4, 1841. Robert is said to have left the town 
about 1810. 

Child : Alonzo Lincoln, Holden, 1807 ; d. there 1869 ; shoe- 
maker, deacon. He married May 26, 1831, Lucy M. Farrar (died 
at Worcester, 1873). 



WARE GENEALOGY. 311 

Children of Alonzo Lincoln Ware: 

i. George Whitefield, Holden, IS 1884; d. Worcester, 

Marcb 27, 1882; m. Sept 8, L865, Livonia, daughter of 
Nathan and Elvira (Coffin) Amea (b. April 18, 1848). 

Children: 

1. William Bradford, Feb. I, 1870. 

2. May Coffin, Worcester, April 1,1872. Besides in Boston. 
:;. Richard, 1*7 1 ; d. L875. 

4. CRara Winifred, May 26, 1*77. 

ii. Persis l-i' ella, Holden, Nov. 13, L838. 
iii. Amelia 1 1.. I [olden, Feb. 1 . 1844. 
iv. .ii mix Alonzo, June 13, L846. 



GEORGE* Ware (Waer) ofMitford and Holliston; married in 
Holliston, Nov. 13, 1788, Lucy Littlefield ; died April 6,1804. 

Children, born in Holliston : 

i. Sallt, June 22, 1 791. 
ii. Lucy, Sept. 28, I7:i7. 
A. iii. George Sewall, Nov. 11, 1799 ; d. May 20, I860. 

iv. Warren, March 20, 1802; [m.in Lowell, L828, Louisa Prescott, 

and had George Warren (1830) and L«>uis;i (1832)?]. 
v. Mai; 1 1 a. A [nil 26, 1*04. 

A. 

George Sewall (George)., Nov. 11, 1799; died ^Tav 20, 
l*ie): married Electa Baker ef Holliston (been [May 14, 1797] ; 
died April 6, 1876\ aged " 7s, in, 2a.") 

Children, horn at Miltord : 

i. G • .:-.]■ Edward, Sept 7. 1828; m. 1-f. Laura S. : m. 2d, 

Louisa Westoott. Was li\iu;, r is Elolliston. 

Children : 

1. Lydia W.. July 9, 1859. 

2. Nelly, July 6, L861. 

3. Infant, Nov. 2, 1888. 

I. Barley, Nov. 29, 1878, 

•George Ware ami Mar; Window had George, b. at Dighton, 1" 



312 WAKE GENEALOGY. 

ii. Thomas J. B. [or Jefferson], April 25, 1831. 

iii. Laura Littlefield, Sept. 17, 1835. 

iv. Amos B., Oct. 17, 1836. 

v. Francis Warren, d. at Ashland, Sept. 16, 1893 ; married Mary 

E. (b. Worcester). 

Children, born in Holliston : 

1. George Francis, Feb. 14, 1853. 

2. Harriet Maria, June 7, 1857. 

vi. Clara, May 9, 1840 ; d. June 16, 1874, aged 33. 



Archibald Wake, of Oakham, born [place not known] June 
9, 1763; died March 1, 1824; he, " of Cambridge," married first, 
June 3, 1784, Jerusha Holmes "of Stoughton." He married 
second, Dec. 17, 1788, Lavinia, daughter of John and Elizabeth 
Hazen, born July 12, 17G2 ; died April 6, 1822. 

Children :' 

i. Sophia, Aug. 9, 1789 ; d. Nov. 5, 1861 ; m. in Oakham, April 

23, 1821, Austin Harrington. No children, 
ii. Sally, Feb. 14, 1791 ; died March 4, 1837. 

iii. William, Sept. 5, 1792 ; died Aug. 10, 1807, aged 74 ; married 

April 3, 1(S25, Lydia Fales, who d. March 5, 1872, aged 76. 

Lived and d. in Oakham. No children, 
iv. Mary Breck, July 10, 1794; m. Calvin Claflin of Holliston. 
v. Nathaniel, Nov. 11, 1796 ; d. July 19, 1818. 
vi. Archibald, April 7, 1798 ; d. July 8, 1804. 
vii. Alanson, Nov. 14, 1799. 
A. viii. Thomas Jefferson, July 21, 1S01. v 
B.'\x. James Burnham, Oakham, May 1, 1803. 
C.x. Archibald Hazen, Oakham, July 18,1806. 

xi. Lavinia Hazen, Aug. 19, 1808 ; d. April 2, 1881 ; m. in 1830, 

Chauncy Col ton ; daughter Ida, d. in Springfield, 
xii. Louisa, Aug. 2, 1810 ; v d. Jan. 25, 1880; m. Anson Chase. 

Lived and d. at New London, Conn, 
xiii. Caroline (?), m. Harrington ; lived and d. at Oakham. 



A. 

Thomas Jefferson (Archibald), born in Oakham, July 31, 
1801 ; died at Steubenville, O., Aug., 1851 or 1852. To Missouri 



WARE GENEALOGY. 313 

Is: 1 ,; : to Steuben ville, Ohio, 1840. He married in Holliston, about 
1832, Phcebe, daughter of Daniel and Prudence (Putnam) Hatha- 
way ( born < let. 24, L807). 

( Ihildren : 

i. Frederick. 

ii. Henry, Holliston [Aug. 20, 1834]; d. "Jan. 5, 1880, 15, I. 16"; 
m. Dec. 28, L868, Emma J. Holbrook (b. [May 18, L84G] ; d. 
"Oct. 7, 1870, 24, I. L9." " Henry, I T.J. and Rhoda," 

in. al Holliston, June 19, l s 7-">. Susan J., daughter of John 
Claflin Littlefield. In 1853 Henry went to California ; served 
in Co. A. 1st Cal. Vols, three years ; in l-t Maim Vols, and in 
Hancock's Vet. Reserve. 

Children : 

1. Francis Henry, Sept. is, 1869 ; d. Sept --'7, 1870. 

2. .{„>,,< II.. Sept. 27, d. Oct. 1 1, 1X70. 
:;. John Olaflin, Aug. --'I, L875. 

Lii. Nathaniel, ]X".7: d. April 7. 1863, at Pittsburg Landing; a 

Idier in 1 Itli HI. Vols. 
iv. James 1'... Liberty, M<>., Aug. 1"\ 1839; m. Nov. 26, 1867, Sarah 

!•'. Plimpton. Served in I si W. Virg. Cavalry, Oct. 1. 1861, 

to July x, L865. Lives at Southbridge. 

Children : 

1. Carrie A., Sept. 14, 1858. 

2. Jennie E., Oct. 10, 1870. 

3. WiUiam ft, .Tun. 15, 1872. 

I. James B., Jr., Oct. 28, 1874. 

5. Earnest S., Oct. 1, 1876. 

K. George />'.. Dec. 4, 1879 ; d. Jan. 24, 1883. 

v. William ; crossed plains in emigranl train with Henry ; m. 

Chapell of N. London, Conn. Removed in L 853 to California ; 
servt.'<l in Co. A, 1st Cal. Vols, three years ; in 1st Blaine Vols., 
Hancock's Vet. Reserves. Lived in Minneapolis in L894. 

vi. Caroline A., in. March 12, L867, Edwin I). Pond. 

B. 

James Btjknham (Archibald), born in Oakham, May I, 1 so; 1 , ; 
died October 2, L853. He married Betsey ; she died July 

11, 1854. 

Children : 

i. A child. .1. Sr, (t . 21, 1840. 
ii. Susan, March 28, L851. 

20 



314 WARE GENEALOGY. 

iii. James H., d. March 4, 1857, aged 29 ; m. Charlotte . 

Children : 

1. Josephine H., June 27, 1856. 

2. James H., 1857. 

c. 

Archibald Hazex (Archibald), bora in Oakham, July 18, 

1806 ; died July 5, 1852. He married Caroline ; she died 

August 23, 1878, aged 74. 

Children : 

i. George H., 1832 ; m. 1st, Mary Ann . who d. Oct. 8, 

1850, aged 34 He m. 2d, Aug. 30, 1860, Charlotte Allen. 

Children : 

1. Edward F., Nov. 16, 1861. 

2. George L., June 12, 1864. 

i. Edward F., Aug. 28, 1835 ; d. Sept. 23, 1861. 

iii. Albert B., May, 24, 1840, "Son of Albert B. and Mary L. 

Ware," d. at Faxton "in 1879 " ; rn. Mary . 

Children : 

1. • 



2. Caroline L., May 30, 1883. 

iii. Charles A., 1847; of Spencer ; m. Almira H. Shedd of N. 
Brookfield, Dec. 1, 1866. 
Children : 

1. Edward K, May 26, 1872 ; d. Sept. 1, 1878. 

2. Robert E., June 5, 1881. 

[Mrs. Albert Lincoln, Millbury (dau. Julia.)] 

[Authorities : Mrs. L. W. Morgan, New London, Conn., and Mrs. 

Albert Lincoln, Millbury.] 



Samuel P. Ware, of Randolph, Vt., married May 31, 1837, 
in Randolph, Vt., Louisa Williams of Randolph. 

Children, born in Randolph : 

i. Daniel Williams, Jan. 3, 1841 ; d. at Springfield, Mass., April 
21, 1898. He served in the Civil war in Co. H, 19th Vt. 



WARE QENEALOOT. 315 

Volunteers; was assistant warden at the State Prison at W'imi- 
. N't. ,in 1 865-1867 ; inspectorof the Smith and Wesson pi I 

factory ;it Springfield later; also an alderman; a free mason; 

and member of the < ■■ A. EL and of < hrisl ( !hurcb | Episcopal). 

He in. Oct 6, L867, Bessie J., daughter of Israel Porter of 

Windsor, Vt. 
Children : 

1. , wIki m. Henry T. Breck. 

2. Edith May, A.ug. 22, L873. 
.;. Bessii P., Nov. L9, L878. 

ii. A unit b Tappan, ( let 26, 1842. 

iii. Clareni i Eugene, A.pril 18, 1846; d. Springfield, Jan., L898 

Children : 
1. Arthur A'. ; 2. EUa E. \ 3. Maude I. 

iv. Ell v Kkminia. July, 1852. 



George Ware, of Townsend, Vt. , is said to bave had wife Pris- 
cilla and to have resided in Dummerston, Vt. They are said to 
have been the parents of 

George Ware, of Townsend, Vt . "Doctor," a resident from 
1812 or thereabout, certainly. He married Lucinda [Kathan or 
Cathern]. She died March 19, 1870, aged 83 years. He died, 
according to one account A.ug. 24, according to another Sept. 26, 
L863, aged 79 year?, 1<> months. 

( 'hildren : 

i. George Washington [1810] married Oct. 29, 1832, Amanda 

M. Kami. 
Child : 

George Washington, Jr., died A.ug. 24, L833. 

ii. Joseph Bradley, I^Il'-. died Dec l. 1892; man-' 
L889, Mary II. Plummer. 
Children : 

1. Ellen, 1845 ; died Sept 26, 1864 

2. Alice I.. I858],died Sept l". L877, aged 19. 

8. John 11.. married Feb. 21, L879, Lizzie I.. ( hurch. 
1. Herbert If.. Sept 5, 1880 ; died Julj 
5. Mary .)/., June 22, 18* 



316 WARE GENEALOGY. 

6. Alice E, July 30, 1890. 

7. Maria Elizabeth, March 10, 1893. 

iii. Almiea Bethana [1828], died May 16, 1869. 

iv. John Allen, June, 1829; died Oct. 16, 1889; married first, 
Oct. 12, 1847, Almira L. Franklin; she died [1858]. He mar- 
ried second, Sept. 6, 1859, Julia M. Rand. She res. at Wards- 
boro, Vt., in 1898. 
Children : 

1. Isabel. 3. Addie. 

2. Myra. 4. Carrie. 

v. " Lemen " [1830], died Jan. 27, 1861, aged 31. 

vi. William Maurice, Dec. 22, 1817 ; died Jan. 8, 1898 ; mar- 
ried May 10, 1842, Clarissa M., daughter of William M. and 
Lydia Livermore Harris, born Sept. 29, 1826. 
Children : 

1. Marcia E., March 9, 1843 ; married in Springfield, 

Feb. 21, 1863, William H. Loomis, confectioner. 
Children : 

1. Robert. 3. Carroll. 

2. Howard. 4. Edith. 

5. Ethel. 

2. Ellen L., May 15, 1845, teacher; Springfield. 

3. Mary A., Nov. 27, 1848 ; died Sept. 26, 1863. 

4. Walter M., June 5, 1855 ; married Dec. 31, 1876, 

Nellie B. Holbrook ; she died Jan. 9, 1886. 
Children : 

1. Carrie Alice, Nov. 27, 1877. 

2. Walter Maurice, June 25, died Aug. 31, 

1880. 



I N DEX. 



CHRISTIAN NAMES OF WARES. 



Aaron Taylor, . . 1(7 
Aaron Wood, . 168, 235 

Abbott 969 

Abby, Abbie, 107,225,247, 
BIO 

Abby A 286 

Abby B., .... 166 

Abby E 216 

Abby Ennlce, . . 24 I 
Abbie Jane, . . . 270 
Abbie Lizzie, . . 256 
Abby Maria, . 171. 257 

Abbey X 268 

Abby Pbilenia, . . L92 
Abby Potter, . . . 189 
Abb] Richardson, . 1 18 
Abby Richmond, . 245 
Abel, 86, vs. L33 135, 205- 

207 
Abel Benjamin, . . 207 

Abial 65, 81 

Abiel 82, 83, 1 19 120, 127 

Abigail, 26, 27, 34, 14, 16, 

64, 66, 67, ''■'.'. 70, 

71. 72, 86, 91, 94, 104, 

107. 124, 134, 137, 142, 

151, 153, 188, 200, 218, 

244 

den, . 1 63 

Abigail Elizabeth, . 1"'.' 

Abigail Leach, . . 181 

Abigail P 188 

Abijah, ... 

Abner 128 

Abner Haskell, . . 199 
Abraham Lincoln, . 

Ada ,\ 

Ada II 

Mary, . . . 287 

Adams 

Adaline or Adeline, i^ ,; . 

21 1,219, 252 

oe I'.., . in:.. 188 

AdelineC 

Adeline l> 260 



IneB 260 

Adelines 21] 

Adelaide, . . 247, 268 
Adelaide Fanny, 
Adelaide Frances, . 260 
Adelaide Louise, . 204 
Adelaide Marin. . 181 
Acidic Esther, . . 
Addison, 121, 142, L83, 
215, 250, :;<>:, 

Addi-. „ C 249 

Addison < llifton, 
Addison 1/.. . . 
Addison Plerpont, 



209 

1-::. 
249 
274 
25 1 
271 
21 I 
•J 71 
•J 71 
265 
231 
812 
246 



Addison Roy, 

Adelbert, . . 

Adell Lncene, 

Adeliza, . . 

Agnes, . . . 

Amies Joanna, 

Agnes Maria, 

Alamena, . 

Alanson, . . 

Alb. Stoddard. 

Albert, 165, 163, 236, 245, 

Albert Chaffln, 204, 266 

Albert I) 

Albert Edson, l 272 

Albert Elisha, . . 280 
Alberl Erastns, 21 1, 273 
Albert Ezra, . . . 289 
Albert Francis, . . 
Albert EL, . . 205, 267 
Albert Lincoln. 
Albert Omerl, . 179 
Albert P., 280, 267, 285 
• nniman, 15-1 
Pond, 196, 269, 296 

Albert I 

1 T 192 

Albertlna 

Alexander Edward, 24 i 
Alexis 162 



187, 
194, 252 

Alfred V., . . 198, 262 

I Fisher, . . 184 

Alfred EL, . . 171. I'll 

Alfred Victor, . . 262 

Alice, 136, 139, 226, 251, 

287 

' slia, . . . 209 

Alia Amelia, . . . 246 

Alice F 296 

Genevieve, . 236 

II 197 

Alice Hathaway, 

.!.. . ." . . 
Mice Loring, . . 266 
Alice M.. . . 

Mabel, . 236, 276 
Alice Pamela, . . L66 
Alice Triphosa, . . i: 1 * 
Allle L., .... 295 

Alma s 

Almatia lul 

Almira, . . . 163, 199 
Aim on 146 



Alonzo A.. . 


2 2 1 1 . 


279 


Alonzo Lepr 


. 143 


,217 


Alonzo Line 


310, 


311 


Alphens, 




[54 


Alpheus i 




284 


Althea A., . . 


. 


110 


Alvan, . 


119, 




Alvira \, . . 




297 


Amanda. . . 


. 


180 


Amanda Malvtna 




• 


Amanda Maria, 


. 


1st) 


Amanda Noland, 




228 


, ■, i' . , 


. 


180 


Amariah,98, 1 17. 


119. 


1 18, 


\masa. . . . 




129 


lia, . 




810 


Amelia II.. 




311 


Amherst, . 96, 




1 '.'•_> 



Amherst WlUard, . 162 



320 



WARE GENEALOGY. 



Amos, 82, 113, 



Amos B., . . 
Amos Nelson, 
Amy E., . . 
Amy Lillian, . 
Arvilla Covey, 
Asa, 55, 69, 77, 



127, 179, 
197, 198 
312 
133 
237 
277 



220 

79, 106, 

117, 118 

Asa Blake, . . 124, 191 

Asaph, . • 81, 122, 186 

Ann, Anna, Anne, Annie, 

40, 48, 55, 61-4, 75, 76, 

90, 113, 114, 128, 140, 

144, 165, 185, 189, 220, 

248, 250,261, 270 

Anne Bent, . . . 157 

Anna 1)., .... 183 

Anna Dorr, . . . 264 

Ann Eliza, . . . 2 IS 

Anne Elizabeth, . . 216 

Annie Eloise, . . 262 



Anna J., . . 


. 


299 


Anne Janett, . 


152, 


228 


Annie Lama, 


. 


301 


Anna Leslie, . 


, 


167 


Ann Louise, 


110 


114 


Anna Lucy, . 


. 


285 


Ann Maria, 167, 


185, 


223, 




229, 


254 


Anna Marsella, 


. , 


217 


Anne Minns, . 


. , 


202 


Anna Rebecca, 


• , 


232 


Anne Storrow, 


# . 


102 


Annette S., . 




165 


Angeline, . . 


. , 


261 


Angeiine E., . 


. . 


255 


Archibald, 


. . 


312 


Archibald Dan forth, 


237 


Archibald Hazen 


, . 


312 


Ariel, 83, 122, 


128, 


186, 
251 


Arrival Perry, . 


152 


227 


Arthur, . . . 


277 


, 27.S 


Arthur Breck, . 


232 


286 


Arthur Hale, . 


. . 


256 


Arthur Henry, 


, 


258 


Arthur K., 


. . 


280 


Arthur Leroy, 


. 


236 


Arthur Lovell, 


233 


,287 


Arthur Oren, . 


. , 


242 


Arthur Slocumb 


) • 


168 


Arthur W., . . 


224 


280 


Arthur Z., 


. , 


224 


Arvilla M., 


, . 


263 


Ashur, . . 


97 


, 154 


Ashur D., . . 




286 


Augusta, . . 


185 


,197 


Augusta F., . 


. 


310 


Augusta Maria, 


. 


218 



Augustus Lyman, 190,256 
Augustus Vernon, . 256 



Austin, 112, 170, 220, 300 

Avery Sprague, 121, 180 

Azariah, 66, 102, 162, 176, 

235, 288 

Azro, 297 

Azro W., . . . . 263 
Baasha, .... 77 
Barbara, .... 43 
Barbara Florence, . 294 
Bathsheba, ... 250 

Beebe, 184 

Bela 87 

Benjamin, 26, 27, 46, 47, 

48,51, 61, 64,66, 67,85, 

93,99,124,145, 156,189, 

219, 220, 232, 309 

Benjamin Barnabas, 103, 

164 

Benjamin F., . 197, 261 

Benjamin J., . . . 164 

Benjamin K., . 253, 295 

Benjamin Lyman, . 291 

Benjamin M., . . 221 

Benjamin P., . . 259 

Benjamin Pond, 127, 196, 

197 

Beriah, 34, 38, 50-54. 68 

Bernice Caroline, . 292 

Bert Oscar, . 297, 301 

Bertie Everett, . . 259 

Bertha Agues, . . 265 

Bertha E., ... 225 

Bertha Louise, . . 238 

Bessie N., .... 237 

Bethiah, Bathyah, 56, 72, 

73, 81, 210 

Betsev, 85, 97, 103, 105, 

112, 118, 119, 124, 128, 

130, 134, 142, 150, 153, 

164, 176, 180, 192, 200, 

219, 225 

Betsey Ann, 103, 106,217 

Betsey Calista, . . 147 

Betsey F., .... 143 

Betsev Maria, . . 214 

Betsey P., . . . . 131 

Betty, 34, 49, 51. 52, 79, 

80, 93 

Beulah, .... 278 

Billy 65,94 

Bruce, 293 

Bruce Richardson, 5, 248, 

292 

Burton Clinton, . . 275 

Byron Franklin, . 276 

Caleb, 69 

Caleb Austin, . 177, 242 
Calista, . . . 211, 280 
Calvin, ... 69, 186 
Camilla, .... 131 
Carl Leonard, . . 298 
Carleton E., . . . 255 
Carlos, 142, 143, 201, 214 



Carlos L., . . . . 263 

Caroline, 99, 107, 133, 155, 

157, 200, 204, 226, 231, 

232, 300 
Caroline Amanda, . 310 
Caroline B., . . . 118 
Caroline C, . 114,165 
Caroline Elizabeth, 231 
Caroline Farrar, . 287 
Caroline Frances, . 257 
Caroline L., . . . 216 
Caroline Parsons, 232, 233 
Caroline Rebecca, . 102 
Carrie, . . . 247, 281 
Carrie Bell, ... 299 
Carrie H., . . . . 292 
Carrie Susan, . . 278 
Catherine, . 55, 191, 278 
Catharine Hatch, . 196 
Catharine L., . . 175 
Catharine P., . . 197 
Catharine Priscilla, 109 

Cecil, 241 

CelindaS., ... 228 
Chandler, . . 186, 250 
Charles, 143, 200,202,218, 

251, 266 
Charles Albert, . . 259 
Charles B., . . 186, 251 
Charles Benjamin, 259,296 
Charles Beutley, . 257 
Charles Carroll, . . 292 
Charles Coolidge, 153, 229 
Charles E., . . . 241 
Charles Eliot, 102, 161, 
165, 171, 234 
Charles F., 254, 261, 295, 
296 
Charles Henry, 203, 217, 
228, 266, 277, 283 
Charles Howard, 248, 292 
Charles Irving, . . 290 
Charles Kirkland, 115, 173 
Charles Leroy, . . 216 
Charles Lewis, . . 289 
Charles Little, . . 310 
Charles Mawney, 196, 259 
Charles Morgridge, 154 
Charles Nathan, 244, 290 
Charles Park, . . 237 
Charles Pickard, 158, 233 
Charles Piuckney, . 130 
Charles Seymour, 116, 174 
Charles Solomon, . 176 
Charles Turner, . 175 
Charles Victor, 227, 281 
Charles W., 245, 278, 290 
Charlesia, .... 105 
Charlotte, 84, 125, 131, 202 
215 
Charlotte A., . . 262 
Charlotte C, . . 258 
Charlotte Clement, 238 



uakk (i km: m.oi;v. 



■:,-2\ 



Charlotte Louisa, . 102 
Charlotte Marion, . 215 

China 1,99 

Chloe, 7". 82, B|, 125, 127, 

195 
Chloe Elvira, ■ . 195 
Clara. 219, 260, 285, 812 
( Hare or < Slarissa, . 192 
Clara Crosby, . . 265 
Clara Gertrude, . . 284 
Clara Jane, . , . 246 
Clara Lestlna, . . 278 

Clara Louisa, . . 216 

Clara R 260 

Clara W 196 

, Winifred, . . 8] l 
Clarence Brigham, . 278 

Clarence II 282 

Clarence Harvey, 278, 299 

Clarinda 125 

Clarissa, 113, 121, 140, 194 
Clarissa Ann, . . L06 
Clarissa Dillaway, . 196 

Clarissa E 246 

ClarissaG 245 

Clarissa Josephine, 164 

Clarissa L 118 

Clarissa Richmond, 140 
Clarissa Theresa, . 191 
Clark John, . . . 272 

eland 106 

Clifton Wilbur, . . 294 
Clinton Addison, 215, 276 
Comfort, iil, 93, 1 13, l 14 

Cora 283 

Cora Lillian, . . . 801 

I letia 187 

I delia Elisabeth, HI 
Cornelia Frances, . 

Coridan 252 

Cory Inn, . . 132,203 

I :kery 1 

Cynthia, 81, 119, 123, 164, 

186, 215 

Cynthia E 186 

Cynthia I ivne. . . 177 

Cynthia Lincoln. . 116 

Cyrus, 62, 82-4, 106, 125, 

182, 198 

Cyrus K.. . . M- 

Cyrus Dean, . . . 177 

Cvrn- Leonard, . . 132 

Daniel, 1 1, 65, 66, 71 . 95, 

99, 107, 127, 126, 150, 

207, 222, 26 I 

Daniel Addison, 124, 190, 

I'M 

Daniel II 228 

Daniel Hat horn, . 146 
i ton i el Hawes, . . 162 
Daniel Leander, 197 
Daniel Leonard, B6, 188, 
204 



Daniel Newell, 107, 168 

Darius, 69, 105, 106, 166, 

217 

Darwin Brastus, • 260 

David, 19, 51, 52, 64, 77, 

95, 124, 125, 1 15,150, 

161, 189, 207, 220, 225, 

265, 278 

David Edmund, 184,206 

Dai Id Smith, . 220, '-'77 
I >a\ id Thompson, 210,272 
Davis Whiting, . . 274 
Deborah, 89, 77, 86, 121, 
155 

Delana 118 

i v 297 

Dexter, . . . 72, 1 10 
: i ei L., . . 230, 285 

Diana 14!) 

Dinah, 57 

Dolly 88, 208 

Dolly Gibson, . . 269 
I >ora Augusta, . . 22 1 
Dora C. .... 264 
Dora Rose, . . . 261 

Dorothea 268 

Dorothy. Dority, 26, 27, 

6 1 . 55, 69,60, 71 

Dudley Ellis, . . 290 

Dwlght 264 

Duty, . . . 118, 179 

Eben B 128 

Ebenezer, 3, 20, 22, 23, 36, 

37, 88, 10, M. 56,59, 77. 

82, 88, 124, 125, 186,209 
Edgar Butler, . . 232 
Edgar Laurin, . . 273 
Edgar V., . . 232,286 
Edith, 169, 172, 236, 288, 
295 
Edith Cavltt, . . 282 
Edith Minnie, . . 295 

Edmund 1 17 

Edmund Asa, . 191, 256 

Edmund Burke, 217.277 

Edmund Richardson, 1'.'3, 

2.". 7 

Edmund Tiles ton, . 202 

Edna A 297 

Edna Adel, . . . 252 

Edna Emily, . . . 286 

Edna Jane, . . . 164 

Edna . I ones, . . . 217 

EdnaL 224 

Edgar Laurin, . . 299 

Edson 184 

Bdson Fisher, . . 242 
Edward, 204, 206,268,808 

Edward Augustus, 102 

Edward Bernard, . 277 

Edw. Carey, . . . 164 
Edward Clifton, . 

Edward Cole, . . 176 



•'■..". 



Edward < lunnlngham, 2-7 
Edward Cutler, 242 
Edward Brnesl . 
Edward Even 1 1 . 

Edward G Ihue, 170 240 

Edward Horace, 205, 267 
Edward James, 
Edward K.. 
Edward L., 
Edward Miller, ■ 
Edward Newell, 
Edward Proctor, 



271. 

1 I I 
090 



800 

171 
.. 261 

. 2 - 2 

. 102 



Edward Richmond, 300 

Edward Twlchell, . 27.7 

Edward Win-low, . 266 

Edward Young, 181, 24'6j 

291, 30*1 

Edwin. 156, 164, 200,209, 

281, 271 

Edwin A., 156, 188, 231, 

21!) 

Edwin Augustus, . 288 

Edwin C 

Edwin Chapin. 221. 27!) 
Edwin Lewis, 187, 262 

Elba A 166 

Elbrldge, 98, mi, 166, 165 
Elbridge Gerry, 161, 226 

ElbridgeS 158 

Eldad 80, 121 

Eleanor, 62^3,84,98, 131 
Eleanor Augusta, . 291 

Eleanor R 230 

Eleazer, Eliazer, 22, 2<;, - 

27, 86, 44, 16, 66, 66, 93/^ 
'.).-,, 99, 1 18, 156 
Electa. 181, 2ls,2l'.», 311 
Elgie Maude, . . 293 

Eli 65, 94, 96 

Ellasj 57,80, 121, 122. L81,i 

185, 217, 260, 304, 3Q5 
Ellas Henry, . 181, 24(3 
Elijah, 44, 65, 66, 69, 98, 

96, 106, 187, 148, 144, 

1 15, 167, 189, 211. 218 

Elijah Kimball, . . 218 

Elijah Wvman. 211. 27.; 

Eliol Brewer, . . 266 
Eliphalet, . . ■ " ,: 11 
Elisha, .-.7, 68, 69, 77. 78, 
7:'. 106 
Elisha C, . • in. 172 
Eiisho Seaverns, 155, 231 
Elisha Shumway, . n»5 
Eliza, 104, 106, 186, 137, 
140, 169, 171. 207. 2 

219, 222. 221. 2-0 
Eliza Ann. . . 1 13, 180 
Eliza Cole, . . . 216 
Eliza Eastman, . . vy\ 
Eliza Cert rude, . . 
Eliza Hastings, . . 234 
Eliza Mansfield, 



322 



WARE GENEALOGY. 



Eliza Martha, . . 271 
Eliza Pierpont, . . 182 
Eliza Pierse, ... 226 
Eliza Pope, ... 249 
Elizabeth, 23, 35, 37, 38, 
40, 41, 42,56,57,59,64, 
66, 67,76,77,82,85,91, 
100, 102, 106, 125, 133, 
156, 157, 163, 171, 172, 
185, 189, 209, 232, 304, 
305, 307, 309 
Elizabeth A., . . 259 
Elizabeth Adelaide, 164 
Elizabeth Adeline, . 235 
Elizabeth Anne, . 102 
Elizabeth Blake, 177, 193 
Elizabeth Cabot, . 161 
Elizabeth D., . . 167 
Elizabeth Deborah, 214 
Elizabeth E., . . 290 
Elizabeth F., . . 245 
Elizabeth G., . . 156 
Elizabeth Jane, . . 246 
Elizabeth Jones, . 133 
Elizabeth L., . . 276 
Elizabeth Lawrence, 233 
Elizabeth Maria, . 175 
Elizabeth Marsh, . 116 
Elizabeth Parsons, 112 
Elizabeth R., . . 167 
Elizabeth Ross, . . 205 
Elizabeth Ray, 182, 240, 
241 
Elizabeths., . 155,310 
Elizabeth Sally, . . 271 
Elizabeth W., 163,257 
Elizabeth Webber, 133 
Ella, .... 258, 284 
Ella Augusta, . . 246 
EllaB., .... 169 
Ella Bumstead, . . 266 
Ella Cordelia, . . 209 
EllaE., . . . 224, 275 
Ella Elizabeth, . . 235 
Ella Jane, ... 236 
Ella Maria, ... 206 
Ella Penina, ... 239 
Ella Ydel, .... 242 
Ellen, 113, 131, 173, 263 
Ellen Amelia, . . 216 
Ellen Augusta, . . 203 
Ellen C, . . . . 255 
Ellen Elizabeth, 245, 257 
Ellen Emma, . . 169 
Ellen Eugenia, . . 156 
Ellen Prances, . . 288 
Ellen II., . . 247, 285 
Ellen Jane, ... 247 
Ellen Juliet, . . . 167 
Ellen Louisa, . . 217 
Ellen Luticia, . . 301 

Ellen M 110 

Ellen McKinstrey, . 230 



Ellen R., . . 
Ellen Sophia, 
Ellis, . . . 
Elmer Ervin, 
Elmer Sumner, 
Elmira, . . 
Eloise C, . . 
Elsie Belle, . 
Elsie Ellen, . 
Elsie Caroline, 
Elton Warren, 



. 272 

. 234 

. 177 

. 166 

. 273 

. 163 

. 296 

. 239 

. 276 

. 299 

164, 237 



Elvira, 125, 146, 151, 223, 
273 
Elwin B., . . . . 263 
Emeline, .... 184 
Emeline A., . . . 156 
Emily, 99, 156, 182, 200, 
201,211, 219, 221 
Emily A., . . . . 197 
Emily B., 232, 278, 295 
Emily Caroline, . 190 
Emily Elizabeth, . 236 
Emily Fisher, . . .106 
Emily Josephine, . 217 
Emily L., ... 286 
Emily Lavina, . . 231 
Emily Louisa, . . 257 
Emily M., . . . . 205 
Emily Maria, . . 211 
Emily Maria Blackington, 
193 
Emeline Pond, . . 143 
Emily Smith, . . 203 
Emily Williams, . 152 
Emma A., .... 237 
Emma Augusta, . . 236 
Emma B., . . . . 238 
Emma Catharine, . 191 
Emma D., . . . . 244 
Emma Eliza, ... 226 
Emma Eyre, ... 246 
EmmaF., . . .224, 269 
Emma Forbes, 1, 2, 4, 5, 
158 
276 
250 
154 
281 
194 
241 
291 
288 



170, 
173, 



Elmer Foster, 
Emma Frances, 
Emma Grace, 
Emma J., . . 
Emma Jane, . 
Emma L., . . 
Emma Mary, . 
Emma Sawyer, 
Enoch, 135, 146, 208, 220 
Enoch Richmond, . 213, 
274 

Enos, 128 

Eoliue 0., . . . . 282 

Ernest, 292 

Ernest Edwin, . . 272 

Ephraim Epherim, 20, 22, 

23, 38, 39, 59, 62, 86 

Ephraim Groves, 121, 183 



Erastus, . 127, 142, 194, 
196, 215, 258 
Erastus Amos, . . 260 
Erastus Austin, 242, 288 
Erastus Darwin, . 260 
Erastus Davis, 197, 261 
Erastus G., . . . 258 
Esther, Easter, 22, 36, 37, 
58, 60, 66,70,79,81,88, 
124, 127, 135, 144, 148, 
153, 209 
Esther A., . . . . 166 
Esther Ann, ... 187 
Esther May, ... 291 
Esther Philenia, . 192 
Ethel Anna, . . . 276 
Ethel Grace, ... 293 
Ethel Miller, ... 282 
Ethelynd Amber, . 298 
EttaG., .... 239 
Etta M., . . . . 296 
Eudora Melinda, . 248 
Eugene Francis, 167, 239 
Eugene Fitch, . . 309 
Eugene Huntington, 310 
Eugene L., . . 57, 238 
Eugene Martin, . . 273 



Eugene Wilder, 



298 



Eugenia, .... 268 

Eugenia E., ... 267 

Eugenie, .... 280 

Eunice, 68, 76, 77, 81, 87, 

92, 96, 120, 122, 129, 

141, 145, 148, 177, 215, 

260 

Eunice Ann, . . . 289 

Eunice Augusta, . 196 

Eunice Brainard, . 179 

Eunice Emily, . . 203 

Eunice Jane, . . . LM2 

Eunice Maria, . . 177 

Eva 254 

Eva Adel, .... 299 
Eva Belle, .... 240 
Evie Bertella, . . 259 

EvaE 258 

Eva J., 275 

Eva J. M., ... 287 
Eva May, .... 296 
Evelina, .... 247 
Evelina Carroll, . 247 
Eveline, . . .298,305 
Evelyn, . . . 164, 169 
Evelyn Pierpont, . 248 
Everett, . . . 123, 187 
Experience, ... 77 
Ezekiel, .... 189 
Ezra, . 64, 77, 92, 142 
Fannie J., .... 275 
Fannie Seymour, . 175 
Fanny, 84, 100, 145, 155, 
199, 214 
Fanny B., ... 253 



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Payette D., . .962 
Fletcher Kirkland, . 241 

! i 251, 268 

Flora A 275 

Flora F 

Flora M 

Florence 265 

Florence Alrolra, 
Florence • ynthia, . 278 
Florence E , . . . 240 
Florence Ellen, . . 
i rence Emily, . 241 
Florence Martha, . 276 
Florlnda Hill, . . ill 
Hattle, . . 

i d 247 

Forresl E 268 

Frances 199 

Frances A.. . . 226 
Frances Calder, . . 227 
Frances ( Hark, . . 160 
Francis Willis, . . 298 
Frances Morilla, . 209 
Frances Zubiah, . 168 
Francis, . . .202, 265 
Francis AM. mi, .248, 292 
Francis Cunningham, 286 

Francis 1 171 

Francis Morgan, 288, 287 
Francis Newcomb, 203, 

266 
Francis S., ... 268 
Francis Turner, 106, 167, 

I'.'i 
Francis Wallis, . . 270 
Francis Warren, . :'. 12 

Frank 206, 259 

Frank E., . . . 253, '-'7s 
Frank Edward, . . 289 
Frank Eldon, 

ink Ern< 
Frank Henry, 
I mk II.. . . 
Frank Herman, 
k Holbr 

Frank Newell, . 
Franklin Jason, 

Franklin Pease, 
Fred 

Fie I Lewis, . 



. . 1(51 

, . 257 

273, 290 

. . 259 

216, 276 

. 810 

168 

210, 272 
281 
. 26 1 
, . 2 1 7 
I erick, 84, 129, 161, 

171. 
Frederick Albert, . 272 
Frederick Augustus, 1 18, 

! 1 I l t 
i rick Craig, 

! rickl dmnnd . 206 

Frederick Hoffman, 129, 

Frederic L., . . 
Fred 



lerlck Webster, 

•jii 

Gabriel 99 

Gabriella 168 

Galen 121 

Gardner Wheeler, . 182 
Cene\ leve P., . . 
George, 64, 70, 88, 90-2, 
106, 125, 182, 182, 185, 
188, 189, I ll-l. 184,208, 
224, 274, 280, 81 1 
George A., 21 1, 245, 290 
ge karon, . . 288 
( leorge Addison, . 249 
( leorge Barker, . . 269 
George Bentley, . 198, 257 
i leorge Bj ron, . . 214 
George C, . .280 
George < larence, . 267 
George n.. 110, 215, 800 
George Dwight, . 176 
George Edward, . 811 
George Ernest, . . :'••»] 
George Ellis, . . 244 
George Enoch, 221, 279 
( leorge Francis, . . 812 
George Franklin, . 262 

I leorge Frederick, . L02 

rge Gilbert, 6,226, 

280 

ge II.. 163, 168, 236 

I I orge Henry, . 178, 227, 

281, 289 
George Homer, 
George Honford, 250, 298 
George Lemuel, . 148, 217 
( leorge Long, . . 23 I 
George Lonzo, . . 290 
( leorge Lyman, . . 289 
George Otis, . .285, 287 
rge P., . .254, 296 

< leorge R 276 

George Richard, . l 79 

( leorge Sewall, . . 811 

George Vincent, . 278 

ge Whitefleld, . 81 1 

gia Emily, . . 264 

rgianna, . . . 245 

rglanna Jjosephin 

German 263 

Gertrude E 

( lertrude Evangel 

i lertrude Huntingl n. 257 

May. . 
Gertrude Olivia, 
Gertrude Talbot, . 2J4 
rude Wilde. . 246 
Gilbert Adam-, 151, 

226, 248 
Gilbert N 



Gilbert Nathan. 



tale Svlve-t. r, i [6, 

171 

Gordon 287 

i. race 96 

< trace A 276 

Grace E 268 

Grace ( Eveline), . 

Grace 1 269 

Grace Louise, . . 

i i race |{ L".>r> 

Greenleaf, . . . 128 

GuyC 250 

Hannah, 4, 18, 19 26, 27, 

89, 15, 68, 55, 59, 66 

77.. 9,91, 92, 

94, 98, 106, 109, 128, 

125, 127, 180, 187, 141, 

III, lis, 179, 183, 186, 

188, Is:'. 194, 200, 222, 

228, 259, 810 

Hannah Adelaide, . 279 

Hannah Boyd, . . 268 

Hannah ('., . . . 160 

Hannah E 262 

Hannah. I., . . . 188 
Hannah Jane, . 109, 298 
Hannah Maria, . . 272 

Hannah P L06 

Harlan P., . . 150, 225 

Harley 811 

Harohl Blazer, . . 282 

Harriet. 99, 101, 107, 127, 

130, 1 13, 150, 168, 202, 

204, 209, 241, 250, 251, 

266, 279 

Harriet A., . . . 216 

Harriet Amelia. . . 196 

Harriet Augusta, 196, 197, 

227, 
Harriet Butler, . . 286 

Harriet C 249 

Harriet Chase, . . 281 

Harriet Dexter, . . 238 
Harriet E., . .249, 267 
Harriet Ethel, . . 

Harriet Eliza, . . 242 

Harriet Elizabeth, . 192 

Harriet Grant, . . L'ls 

Harriet Hartley, . -.'17 

Harriet Isabel, . . 166 

Harriet I-ahelle, . 200 

Harriet .1 [58 

Harriet I 

Harriet M.. . .236 

Harriet Miranda. . 194 
Harriet Maria, 180, 249, 
312 

Harriet Marshall, . 165 

Harriet X 

Harriet Newell, . . 229 
Harriet P., ill. 231, 
Harriet Parmella, . 



324 



WAKE GENEALOGY. 



Harriet Pierce, . . 234 
Harriets., . .203,213 
Harriet F., ... 201 
Harrietta Jemina, . 152 
Harry E., . . . . 298 
Harry Eben, ... 271 
Harry E., .... 269 
Harry M., . . . . 217 
Harry Newell, . . 168 
Harry Otis, ... 236 
Harvey, . 126, 140, 251 
Harvey Gilman, . . 299 
Harvey Jewett, . 210, 273 

Hattie, 251 

Hattie A. 285 

Hattie E., . . . . 275 
Hattie Louise, . . 284 
Hattie M., ... 295 

Hazel, 300 

Hazel Susan, ... 292 

Hazeu, 312 

Helen, . . 158, 161, 298 
Heleu Amanda, . . 174 
Helen Elizabeth, . 194 
Helen Frances, . . 218 
Helen Isabel, . . 277 
Helen Liucoln, . . 160 
Helen M., . . . . 239 
Helen R., . . . . 239 
Helen Seymour, . . 174 
Helen Virginia, . . 282 
Helen Ware, ... 233 
Heman, .... 251 
Henrietta, . . . 171, 253 
Henrietta Mary, . 176 
Henrietta Phvloma, 235 
Henry, 58, 66, 81, 97, 99, 
101, 102, 132, 154, 157, 
161, 185, 200, 203, 219, 
231-4,263,277,284,287, 
302, 303 
Henry Augustus, . 262 
Henry Bradford, . 143 

Henry C 230, 251 

Henry Cleveland, 



Herbert L., . . 
Herbert Miller, . 
Herbert Stanwood, 



Henry Elias, . 
Henry Elliott, 
Henry F., . . 
Henry Hastings, 
Henry Herbert, 
Henry Irving, 
Henry J., . . 
Henry M., . . 
Henry Martin, 
Henry Scott, 117 
Henry W., 
Henry Ward, . 
Hephzibah, 58, 9 
Herbert, . . 
Herbert Alexis, 
Herbert G., . 
Herbert H., . 



. 166, 

238 

247, 291 

. 282 

114, 172 
. 268 
. 218 

261, 297 
. 205 
. 204 

115, 173 
176, 206 

. 208 
210, 273 
,96,212 

. 251 
236, 288 

. 269 
275, 300 



290 
282 
169, 
239 
Herbert Vinal, . . 258 
Herman, . 121, 153, 228 

Hester 308 

Hezekiah, . 44, 45, 66, 96, 
153 
Hezekiah Lyman, 153, 238 
Hildegarde, ... 172 
Hiram, .... 143, 217 
Hiram Belcher, . . 309 
Hopewell, .... 308 
Horace, . 127, 129, 177, 
197, 189, 200, 204, 259, 
260 
Horace Cornelius, . 197, 
261 
Horace Everett, 200, 202 
Horace L., . .261,296 
Horace Lorenzo, . 196 
Horace V., ... 261 
Horatio Corydon, . 203 
Horatio Gates, . 85, 132, 
133, 204 
Horatio Leonard, . 133 
Horatio Sewall, . . 133 
Howard Reuben, 168, 239 
Hubert Marquis, . 282 
Hunh Gilkerson, . 282 
Huldah, 77, 142, 145, 219 
Huldah Gayetty, . 190 
HuldaV., .... 261 
Ichabod, . 58, 80, 81, 82 

Ida A., 290 

292 
299 
176 
174 
288 
256 
294 
141 
172 
294 
154 
297 
292 
257 
112 
267 
291 
194 
294 
269 
230 
203 
179 
66 
236 



Ida B. M., . 
Ida B., . . . 
Ida Bell, . . 
Ida Louise, 
Imogene B., . 
Inez Alberti, . 
Iola Melissa . 
Ira Adams, 
Ina Dale, . . 
Ira Edwin, 
Irene, . . . 
Irene G., . . 
Irma Alice, 
Irving Victor, 
Isaac, . . . 
Isaac P., . . 
Isabel, . . . 
Isabel Blake, . 
Isabel Errninie, 
Isabel Freeman, 
Isabella, . . 
Isabella Shipley, 
Isaiah, . . . 
Ithamar, . . 
J. Henry, . . 



118, 



Jabez, 58, 82, 127, 128, 
195, 198 



Jabez Gilbert, 196, 258 
Jacob, . . 77, 94, 96, 149 
Jacob Mann, . . . 152 
Jairus, 67, 103, 165, 237 
James, 68, 81, 83, 88, 90, 
121, 122, 125, 128, 135, 
152, 182, 191, 207, 208, 
248, 304, 305, 310 
James Burnham, . 312 
James Edson, . . 184 
James Edward, . . 247 
James Ervin, . . 164 
James Francis, . . 193 
James Loring, . . 135 
James Pierpont, . 249 
James R., . . . 224, 280 
James White, . 115, 173 
James Royal, . . 142, 216 
James Walton, . . 225 
James William, . 264, 298 
Jane, . 60, 83, 156, 210 
Jane F., .... 255 
Jane M., . . . . 208 
Jane Melinda, . . 182 
Jane T., .... 205 

Jannett 246 

Jason, 82, 89, 96, 126, 136, 

137, 152, 196, 200, 210, 

258, 297 

Jean, 58 *■ 

Jeanie Porter, . . 175 
Jean Stewart, . . 283 
Jemima, 42, 58, 129, 152, 
179, 184 
Jennett Philena, . 309 
Jennie, . . . .238, 271 
Jennie E., .... 285 
Jennie Isabel, . . 286 
Jennie Estella, . . 258 
Jennie L., . . . . 221 
Jennie Leonide, . . 289 
Jenny Frances, . . 164 
Jenny M., .... 237 
Jeremiah, .... 124 
Jerusha, 45, 47, 65, 66, 82, 
94, 129, 153, 309, 312 
Jerusha K., . . . 104 
Jesse, . . 56, 65, 76, 93 
Jesse Dwight, .117,176 

Jessie, 284 

Jessie Campbell, . 265 

Jessie Florence, . . 264 

Joanna, Joan, Johanna, 

26, 29, 103 

Joanna D., . . . 230 

Joanna Elizabeth, . 209 

Joel, 79, 94, 119, 135, 149, 

176, 208, 223 

Joel Williams, . . 170 

John, 19, 21, 22, 25, 26, 

27, 28, 29,38,43,46,53, 

62, 63, 64,66,76,86,91, 

92, 94, 97, 98, 99, 101, 



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325 



118, 181, 184, ill. 142, 
l 18, 158, 156, 167, 158, 
169, 168, 808, 206, 
21 I. 1/17, 229, 888, 284, 
8, 276, 2] 

802, 809 



John Albert, . . . 

John AldlS, . . 

John Albert, . . . 

John < Ihester, . . 

John Clifton, . . 

John Murray, . . 

John I'jIw anl. . . 

John Ellsworth, 

John F 

John Fisher, . .202 



216 
l 18 
1 18 
166 
272 
.'7 1 
L'17 
286 
260 
264 

John Fotherglll Water- 
house, • . . 167, 282 
John Hodges, . . '.'i 
John Howard, .247, 391 

John J 809, L'7<> 

John Murray, . . 216 
John Orlando, . . 229 
John Quincy Adams, 1 17, 

L'L'l 

JohnS., .... 160 
John Sandford, . . 172 
John Spurr, . .141, 214 

John W 800 

John Walter, . . L'l i 
John Ward, . . 187, 21 1 

John Warren, 
John Winslow, 
John W. F., . 
.lima- Forristall, 
Jonathan, 81, :!•'>, •'!7. 46, 
:.<:. .".7, 7)8,50,00, 62, 71. 
7."., 80, 83, 84, 88, 111, 
180, 181, 136, 201 
Jonathan Day, . 149, 223 
ph, I. 22, •-':'.. •-'<;. '-'7, 
28, 88, I"'. 1';. 17. .">.'.. .".7. 
64, <■'■>, 70, 80,82,91,94, 
96, 107, 118, HI. 128, 
124, 125, 1 1'), 160, l"-7. 
171, 188, 192, 224, •-"■':.'. 
809 
Joseph Ashur, .17.1. 280 
pb Cyrus, . . 192 
Josepb I'/.. 171. 240, '-Ml 
Joseph Edgar, • . 842 
ph Edwin, .117.. 17:'. 
Joseph F , • • • 86 i 
Joseph <; llman, . . l'l'h 
Joseph K Lrkland, 76, 1 18 
Jos phO. • • 188, 849 
jos i'h Roger, . • 1 18 
ph Sanger, . 164, 880 

Joseph T 826 

ph Warren, . . 882 

JosephZ 150 

Josephine, • • L69, 1 72 
.1,.-. phlne B.| . . -1'J 



hlne Ethel, . 857 

Joslah, -"-', 84, 50, .".i , 58, 

64, .'■".. 68, 69, 77. 105, 

165 

ill, Francis, . . 842 

i:i Holbrook, 124, 190 

Judltl 17'.i 

JudsonC 822 

Julia, 68, 100, 186, 192, 

Julia A 864, 879 

Julia Adell, . 

Julia Amanda, 
Julia E., . . 
Jnlla Ellen, 

Julia F.. . . 

Julia J., . . 
Julia Lanrella, 
Julia I, eland. . 



177, 845 
. is:; 
. 264 
. 203 



i.; 



L'77 
198 
892 
21 1 
858 
867 
171 
178 

Julia M., . 187, 191, 2£ ■ 
Julia Melansa, . . 192 
Julia R. M. . . . 20] 

Julienne 249 

Julius II L'l't 

Juniata, .... 310 
Juniata .Maria, . . 810 

Justin 176 

Justin Alonzo, . . 311 
Jnstin ( lole, . .117.1 7.~> 
Jusl in Perkins, . 115, 1 7:; 
Justina, . . . . 214 
Justina Cole, . . . i7."> 
Justus Ilurd, . .220, 278 
Kate B 287 

Kate Belle, . .240, I'll 

Kate l) 865 

Kate Fisher, . . . 301 

Kate Louise, . . . 177. 

Katharine, . . . 266 

Kendrick, . . . 199, i'''.:: 
Kenneth Hitchings, 294 
Keunei ha Bfarguerita, -"-'i 
Cesia, Keziah, :'>l . 49, 6 1 , 
52, 77. 98, 94, 1 19 
Ke/.iah Eames, . . 188 
Kollock, .... 142 
Laura, . . 133, 266, 274 

Laura A 286 

Laura Adam-, . . 170 
Laura Belle, . . 172, 891 
Laura Dwight, . . 864 
Laura Ellen, . . . 171 
Laura Littlelleld, . 812 
Laura Maria, . . 222 
Laura S. . . .281, 811 
Lanrella Pratt, . . 
Lavlna, Lavinia, 185, 190, 
248, :':'-'. 812 
Lavinia Anthony, . 194 

Lavinia Ila/.en, . . 812 

Lavlna Miller, . . 190 

Lavinia Loiter, . . 171 
Lawrence Victor, . I 



Lawton "Jul 

Leander 199 

Leandei Malcomb.228,282 

Leander M.-rritt, 152, L'L'7 

i.eeta Malrlna Fltzlan,182 

Leila 

Lemuel, . . . :•:•. l 12 

Lemuel Raymond, 1 1 1,169 

Mary, . . . 279 

Leon I' 

Leona Alice, . . . 
Leona Wise, . . . 282 

I nard, 82, 88, 84, 180, 

181, 162, 801, -J"-j, 285, 

864 
Leonard Everett, . 265 
Leroy Warren, . . 

Leslie, 251 

Leslie A 258 

Lestinlfl Amamla. . 277 
Lettie Emeline, . . 29 1 
Levi, . 92, Hi', 207 

Levi I? 216, 275 

Levi Inirols, . . 1 LI. 17! 

Levi S 17:; 

Lewi-, 120, 128, 198, 199, 

262 
Lilabel 258 



Lilla M., . . 
Lillian, . . . 
Lillian Agni - 

Lillian Amelia, 
Lillian Aretta , 
Lilian Lincoln, 



. 810 

267, 288 

, . 240 

, . 238 
. 801 

. . 170 



Lillian R., .... 293 

Lillie Anna, ... 206 

Lillie Eveline, . . 268 

Lillie Pierce, ... 206 

Lily May, .... 262 

Lincoln, . ... 114 

Livonia, . . .117, :'.l 1 

Lizzie, -77 

Lizzie Walt, ... 286 

Loamml Augustus, . 208 

l.oamiui Baldwin, . 138 

Loamml < loodenow, 188 
Lois, 68, 69, 77. B2, 92,94 

LoisW 188 

Lora I) 

Loralne 222 









Lorenzo Dow, 

' ta A., 
Loring, . . . 

Lottie M 

Louie Lrville, . . 
Louis Edwin, . . 
Louisa, 7l\ 76, 128, 



247 
222 
207 
869 
857 

132, 



168, 1-:, 820, 881, 811, 

Louisa Adeline, . . 877 

Louisa Amelia, . . L'l'.'i 

Louisa Elizabeth, . 870 

Louisa Fuller, . . 887 



326 



WARE GENEALOGY. 



Louisa Lee, . . . 161 
Louise M., ... 108 
Louise Ruth, . . . 171 
Louise T., . . . . 237 
Lowell,. ... . 179 
Lowell Davis, 177, 178 

Luana, 251 

Luceba Augusta, . 278 
Luceuia, .... 267 

Lucia, 116 

Lucia Lewis, . . . 189 
Lucina O., ... 224 
Luciuda, 72, 124,152,211, 
235, 263 
Luciuda A., . . . 114 
Luciuda Allen, . . 114 
Luciuda Emeline, . 109 
Lucius J., . . . . 144 
Lucius Jeremiah, 221, 279 
Lucretia, ... 85, 128 
Lucretia Burr, . . 148 
Lucretia Maria, . . 192 
Lucy, 63, 69, 74, 75, 83, 
104, 112, 122, 128, 157, 
163, 173, 185, 200, 223, 
255, 311 
Lucy A., .... 208 
Lucy Alice, . . . 240 
Lucy Alien, . . . 159 
Lucy Almira, . . . 273 
Lucy Auu, . 113, 168, 259 
Lucy Auu Adams, . 161 
Lucy Clark, . . . 100 
Lucy U., . . .157,248 
Lucy E., . . . . 248 
Lucy Elleu, . . . 115 
Lucy Evelyn, . . . 168 
Lucy Fogg, . . . 165 
Lucy L., . . . . 286 
Lucy M., .... 310 
Lucy Manning, . . 130 
Lucy Maria, . . . 117 
Lucy P., . . . . 199 
Lucy Watson, . .241 
Luther, .... 69, 106 
Luther B., ... 293 
Luther G., . . . 173 
Luthera, . . . . 199 
Lydia, 53, 54, 55, 60, 64, 
68, 81, 88, 91, 107, 117, 
122, 208, 308, 312 
Lydia A., . . . . 297 



Lydia Luciuda, 
Lydia Luraua, 
Lydia Maria, . 
Lydia W., . . , 
Lyman, 114, 149, 
Lyman Cary, . . 
Lyman D., 
Lyman Davis, . 
Lyman E., . . 
Lyman Eugene, 



106 

119 

108 

311 

171, 223 

105, 165 

. 242 

243, 289 

. 77 

5, 160, 

238, 304 



Lyman Park, . . 124, 191 
Lyman Smith, . 177, 242 
Lyman Stoddard, 179, 246 
Lyman Trumbull, . 278 
Mabel, . . 128, 284, 288 
Mabel Hastings, . 298 
Mabel Marshall, . . 262 
Mabel R., .... 295 
Maggie, .... 283 
Mahala, .... 201 
Malcolm Cunniugham,286 
Mantu, .... 128, 199 
Marcellus Austiu, 190, 256 
Marcia Abigail, . . 168 
Marcia Louisa, . . 276 
Marcus, .... 199 

Marcy, 82 

Margaret, 18, 22, 23, 36, 

37,53, 54,58,67,81,95, 
128, 150, 187, 287 
Margaret A., . . . 253 
Margaret Aretta, . ' 289 
Margaret S., . . . 242 
Margery, .... 291 
Margery Jean, . . 286 
Marguerite E., . . 240 
Maria, 116, 121, 146, 219, 
224, 262 
Maria A., . . .213, 230 
Maria Aune, . . . 152 
Maria Elizabeth, 247, 284 
Maria Huutiugton, . 229 
.Maria Taylor, . . 146 
Marian, .... 251 
Marian C, . . . 254 
Mariam, ... 77, 239 
Marietta Louise, . 289 
Manila, .... 132 
Marion C, ... 283 
Marion Holloway, . 298 
Marion W., ... 221 
Marion Wheeler, . 296 
Marjorie Kirklaud, . 241 
Marshall, .... 200 
Martha, 40, 41,66, 86, 101, 

145, 152, 154, 155, 165, 
185, 231, 259, 302 
Martha A., . .261, 26s 
Martha Auu, 101, 167, 197, 
228, 281, 310 
Martha Ann Grey, . Ill 
Martha B., . . 118, 289 
Martha E., ... 269 
Martha Ellen, . . 291 
Martha Emma, . . 171 
Martha Elizabeth, 169,209 
Martha G., ... 197 ! 
Martha II., . . . 197 
Martha Harriet, . . 147 
Martha J.,. . .230,290 
.Martha Jaue, . . . 222 
Martha King, . . . 116 



Martha Rogers, 



134 



Martha Sarah, . . 231 
Martha W., . . . 200 

Martia, 311 

Marvel, 91 

Mary, 26, 27, 30, 40, 43, 

44,48,51, 56, 60,61,62, 

64, 65, 66, 70, 72,77,80, 

82, 90,99, 100, 107, 113, 

122, 124, 127, 128, 129, 

132, 137, 139, 140, 143, 

156, 160, 163, 166, 169, 

172, 187, 189, 197, 199, 

206, 208, 212, 219, 220, 

224, 247, 251, g60, 263, 

277, 298, 300, 302, 304, 

308, 311 

Mary A., 163, 176, 187, 

217, 227, 240, 276 

Mary Abby, ... 244 

Mary Agnes, . . . 170 

Mary Alice, . . . 170 

Mary Anua, . . . 115 

Mary Anu, 115, 135, 141, 

201, 207, 211, 212, 246, 

250, 253, 272 

Mary Auu Tileston, 202 

Mary Appleton, . . 233 

Mary Aurelia, . . 170 

MaryB., .... 185 

Mary Belle, ... 282 

Mary Betsey, . . . 131 

Mary Bradstreet, . 206 

Mary Bragg, ... 204 

Mary Brastow, . . 202 

Mary Breck, ... 312 

Mary C, .... 110 

Mary Clark, . . . 151 

Mary Contant, . . 274 

Mary Cotton, . . 100 

Mary Davis, . . . 257 

Mary E., 110, 111, 171, 

250, 252, 255, 258, 271, 

312 

Mary E. B., . . . 232 

.Mary Edna, ... 284 

Mary Edwards, . . 124 

Mary Eliza, ... 183 

Mary Elizabeth, 157, 189, 

204, 226, 229, 234, 265, 

273, 276, 286, 290, 293, 

282 

Mary Ella, 176, 254, 257 

Mary Ellen, . . 169, 270 

Mary Emeline, . . 193 

Mary Emily, . .ISO, 192 

Mary F. 1' 1 4 

Mary Flora, ... 278 
Mary Frances, . 222, 227 
Mary G., .... 225 
Mary Greene, . . 158 
Mary H., . 229, 245, 265 
Mary Harriet, . 161, 241 
Mary Hayward, . . 182 



\\ VRE GENEALOGY. 



327 



May Helen, . , 196, 260 
Marj [sabelle, . • 277 

Mary J 204,262 

Marj Jan.-, 183, 211, 

248, 
Mary Joanna, . . 266 
Mary Josephine, • 1 76 

Mar's Julia, ... 
Man I... 288, 226 

262, 290 

Mary Lee 161 

Mary Lillian,. .171, 2<;7 

Mary Lily, . .248, 292 
Mary Louisa, . . . 

Mary Lovell, . . . 167 

Mary Lucinda, . 162, 192 
Mary Maria, . . . 

Mary Miranda, . . 196 

Mary \ 

Mary Randall, . . 182 

Mary Robbins, . . 281 
Mary Rosaline, . , 

Marj Sophia, . . . 204 

MaryT 217 

Mary Temple, . . 266 

Marj v 27 1 

Mary Washburn, . 210 

Mary Waterhouse, . -'•'•! 

Mason 296 

Matthew Asaph, 262 

Matilda L98 

Mai ilda Louise, . . 274 

Mfl I I'la Maria, . . 15] 

MattieC 172 

Mattie Elizabeth, . 17:' 

Maud 266 

Maud Elizabeth, . '-'.".2 
Man. I Wanvn, . . 237 
May Coffin, . . . :'.n 

Emily, . . . 
\i h stable, Mehitabel, 27. 
4i). 13,64, 66, 68, 62, 64, 
99, 105, 122, 24.-. 

Mela 127 

Melatiah, 17. 69, B3, B4, 
86, 12:i. 131, 182, 2":; 

Melenda :'."i 

Melenda Shaw, . ■ 182 
Melinda .lan.', . 181, 217 
Melisfi 1 -i me . . . 190 

Melissa M 2:':; 

Melville C 188 

M< 1\ ill' - hi. 2-*. 

Mercy, . '.";, 122. 12:; 
Merle Marson, . . 
Mi rriam, .... 
Merritt, . . . 221. 2-' 

Merritl B 188 

Mertie A 

An Willis, . . 27n 

Meshech 

Michael, 86, 37, G 
MildredPray, ■ . 268 



Mildred Rhoda, . . 241 

Milla 129 

Miliv 93 

Mllo Lewis, . .252 

Milton 121 

Minna Louise, . . 204 
Minnie- Adeline, . . 
Minnie Bell, . . . 
Minnie < !ora, . . . 269 

Minnie- E 261 

Mlra 102 

MlraQ 187 

Miranda, . . . 127, 198 
Miriam, . . .149, 
Miriam Lavinla, . ■ 298 
Molly, B8, 84, 92, 96, 120, 

128 
Moses, 18, 60, 64, 218, 222 
Moses Everett, . 202, 
m - sa Hastings, 218, 277 
Moses Lane, . . 222, 279 
Moses Weld, . . . 

Myra 162 

Mvra B 801 

M via .lane, . . . 166 
Myron Lee, . . 167 

>i ron Roberts, . . 281 
Myrtle Alice, . . 283 
Myrtle Isabel, . . 291 
N. Augustine, . . 268 

(Tabby 72 

Nancy, 68, 83, 84, 107, 122, 

128, 128, 187, 189, 1 W, 

112, 144, i;.:;, 154, 181, 

182,217, 250 

Nancy Ann, . . . 201 

Nancy K., .... 137 

Nancy Lauretta, . 116 

Nancy Maria, . . 143 

Nancy s., . . . . 211 

Nanny 62 

Naomi, . . . 65, 
Nathan. 77, 82, 117, 123, 
1 18, 177. 1-7. 188, 
212, 245, 254, 306 
Nathan l-\. . . 254, 295 
Nathan Fisher, . . 177 
Nathaniel, is. 22. 2:,. 30, 
81,84, 88, M>, 11. 17. 18, 
61, 58, 1;". f>7. 68, 89, 
104, 187, 209, 211. 212, 

Nathaniel Dana, . 164 

Nellie 276 

Nellie c 278 

Nellie Felicitas, . . 277 

Nellie M 2.M 

Nelly 2.11 

Nelly J 

Nelly M 2:.:. 

>n, . 164, . 

Newell 177,2 1.; 



Nicholas, 

Nina 

Noah 77 

Norman W 

Obadlah, . . 1 1.".. 218 
Obed, 82, 12::, 121, 
189, 190, 2 

Obed A 264 

ni.ee 1 Edgar, . . . 2:. I 
Olivi 120, 140, 1 is, 

17:'. 257, •;"( 
olive Adelia, . . . 1:1 1 
olive Daniels, . . 184 
olive Boltwood, . 1 12 
olive Broadstreet, . 184 
1 ... 246 

olive M.I. air, . . 1 is 

Olive M 'J 11 

olive Susai 258 

Oliver 77. 81,91, lis. 1 I') 
Oren Cnthr. . . 177, 241 
Orlando, 98, 168, 1 •".:., 22:), 

Orra Elizabeth, . . 

Orrin 261 

1 (scar Eliott, . . . 2<;2 

( >8Caj .lame.-, . 216, 276 

Oscar Tyler, . .262, 2:17 
« >scar Wallace, . . 259 
Otis, 103, Iks, 11)2, 163, 1-7 
I Mis Alexis, . . . 235 

Palmer 128 

Pamela, Pamelia, Parme- 
lia,98, 105, 119, 160, 186, 
192, 217 
Pamela Cary, . . 
Parmelia A.', . . . 191 
Park c.ok, . . . 
Parthenia B., . . :;io 

Paschal P 21s 

Paschal Pope, . . 

ha! Paoii Pope, 183, 

2 is 

Patience, 89, 93, 1 19, 154 
Patty, 69, 97, 180, 132, lit 

Patty M 165 

Patty Malvina . . 218 
Patty Melatiah, . . 182 
Paul, 62, 88, 84, ISO, 201 
Pearl Evelyn, . . 
I Lncielle, . . 
Peggy, 106, 126, 142, 148 
Pelatiah, ... 

Per./. 

Perley 117 

Perley James, . . 276 
-. 66, 151, 162 
liza, . . . 
Pers 1. . . ;;n 

Peter 

B 187 

Pharez, . . . . lirf 



328 



"WAKE GENEALOGY. 



Phebe, Phoebe, 58, 68, 69, 
70, 77, 78, 83 
Phelps, .... 152 
Phil. Thurber, . . 268 
Philander, 126, 180, 194 
Philander Hartwell, 255 
Philander Kenny, . 180 

Philena 225 

Philip Cunningham, 286 

Phinehas, . 82, 95, 125 

Phiuehas Atwood,150,224 

Pliny, . . . 122, 185 

Pliny Clark, . 185, 250 

Polly, 67, 70, 90, 96, 99, 

118, 123, 126, 128, 129, 

136, 138, 153, 180, 211, 

297 

Pollv Groves, , . 181 

Polly Maria, ... 245 

Preston, 96,121, 153, 181, 

182, 248, 292, 304, 305 

Priscilla, . 48, 51, 104 

Eachel, 80, 117,|120, 127, 

135. 224. 225 

Rachel Esther, . . 191 

Rachel S., ... 220 

Ralph, 70, 76, 107,114,172 

Ralph Fletcher, . . 241 

Ralph Kirkland, . 172 

Randolph A., , . 205 

Raymond, .... 266 

Rebecca, 43, 69, 81, 89, 

92, 93, 137, 146 

Rebecca A., . . . 110 

Rebeckah Bunker, . 269 

Rena Emily, ... 252 

Reubeu, ... 72, 83 

Reuben Newell, . . 108 

Reuel, 22, 71, 72, 109, 128 

Reuel Willard, 109, 169 

Rhobe (Phcebe?), . 195 

Rhoda, 69, 88,93,96, 106, 

v 122, 135 

Rhoda Ann, . T* 226 

Richard, 44, 64, 91, 140, 

142, 199, 230, 311 

Richard Cunningham, 286 

Richard Darwin, . 260 

Richmond Ames, . 300 

Robert, 1, 2, 3, 17,18,19, 

21, 22, 25,28,30,35,36, 

37,38,39,57,59,60,79, 

87, 149, 157, 159, 209, 

287, 304, 307, 308, 309 

Robert Albert, . . 236 

Robert Allison, 166, 238 

Robert Blunt, . . 310 

Robert Burns, . 230, 284 

Robert C, ... 260 

Robert Christmas, . 267 

Robert Dennison, . 275 

Robert Dexter, . . 265 

Robert Edward, . 284 



Robert Gage, . . 298 
Robert Galen, 181,247,292 
Robert H., . . 285, 230 
Robert Lorenzo, . 247 
Robert Percival, . 238 
Robert Rea, ... 172 
Rodney Bradford, . 232 
Roa;er Blaine, . , 241 

RoUo, 230 

Romondo C, . 218, 277 
RosieM.,_. ... 280 
Rosina, .... 128 
Rowena, .... 199 
Roxalana Sheldon, . 203 
Roxana, . . . 199, 208 
Roxanna Phebe, . 141 
Roxany, .... 185 
Rot Bennett, . . 283 
Ru'fus, 122, 123, 185, 187, 
188, 199, 250 
Rufus A., . . , ' . 253 
Ruth, 57, 194, 199, 228, 
240, 264 
Ruth Lillian, ... 240 
Sabin, . , . , . 148 

Sabra, 105 

Sadie E., .... 237 
Sadie L., . . 254, 258 
Sally, 69, 75, 93, 95, 104, 

105, 125, 126, 135, 142, 
143, 164, 183, 189, 214, 

311, 312 
Sally Smith, . 143, 214 
Salome, .... 142 
Samantha, . . . 246 
Samantha Eulalia, . 294 
Schuyler, . . . 186, 251 
Samuel, 3, 19, 20, 21, 23, 
30,35,38, 39, 55,59,67, 
72, 75, 85, 88, 91, 103, 

106, 111, 112, 122, 123, 
134, 151, 167, 170, 183, 

207, 209, 270, 292 
Samuel A., ... 103 
Samuel Austin, . . 112 
Samuel B., ... 220 
Samuel Boylstou, . 134 
Samuel Coverley, 183, 249 
Samuel Cowell, 152, 227, 
283 
Samuel Gilbert, . . 184 
Samuel L., ... 157 
Samuel Miller, . 228, 282 
Samuel Morse, . 199, 263 
Samuel Newton, . 282 
Samuel Wheaton, . 179 
Samuel "William, . 73 
Samuel Worcester, . Ill 
Sanford, . . . 149, 187 
Sarah, 36, 37, 38, 42, 58, 
60, 67, 73, 74, 75, 77, 79, 
80, 82,86,89,90,94, 95, 
102, 103, 111, 113, 122, 



123, 134-138, 142-144, 

148, 149, 162, 163, 167, 

170, 183, 198, 206, 210, 

211, 220, 222, 225, 255, 

266, 280, 307, 308 

Sarah A., 170,237,258 

Sarah xideliue, . 210, 211 

Sarah Amelia, . . 283 

Sarah Ann or Anne, 178, 

202, 227, 258 

Sarah Ann Bethia, . Ill 

Sarah B., . . . . 249 

Sarah Belle, ... 282 

Sarah Bradford, . 168 

Sarah Catharine, . 192 

Sarah Cole, ... 242 

Sarah Cornelia, . . 282 

Sarah E 206,268 

Sarah Edith, ... 236 
Sarah Elizabeth, 115, 154, 
202 
Sarah Ellen, . . . 228 
Sarah Elmira, . . 272 
Sarah Eoline, . . 282 
Sarah F., . . . . 270 
Sarah Frances, . . 110 
Sarah Green, . . . 185 
Sarah H., . . . 183, 247 
Sarah J., . . . . 273 
Sarah Jane, . . 183, 256 
Sarah L., . . . . 258 
Sarah M., . . . . 224 
Sarah Maria, . . 205, 206 
Sarah Matilda, . 195, 257 
Sarah Minns, . . 265 
Sarah Prentice, . . 210 
Sarah Smith, . . 184 
Sarah W., . ... 257 
SelendaA., ... 168 

Selina, 85 

Seneca Eugene, 270, 299 

Sevia, 218 

Sevia Olivia Ann, . 218 

Sibel, 54 

Sibyl, 133 

Sidney, . . .224,280 
Sidney L., . .275, 300 

Silas, 70 

Silas Frederick, . 168 
Silence, . . . 57, 81 

Silvanus 96 

Silvea, 93 

Solomon Lawrence, 76, 
77, 116, 117 
Sophia, ... 98, 312 
Sophia "W., . . . 115 
Sophia "Willard, . . 116 
Sophronia, . 76, 77, 254 
SophroniaJ., . . 153 

Sophy, 185 

Stanly Pierpont . . 293 

Statira, 146 

Statira Chapi'i 147 




:,: i.i.m;ai 



329 



la 129,279 

Stella G. 

•hen Cunningham 
hen Harrison, . 17.". 



Stephen Noland fimothy, 



Stephen Thomas, , 267 
Stephen V.. . .199 

Sumner Burllngame, 

ui, 96, 121 



Susan A., . . 
Sasan Amell 

::i Ann. 

:n Angus 
Sasan l»i\. 

in Dnrell, 
Snsan B., . . 

mi Elizabeth, 

in If., . 

-an Marin, . 
Susan Melinda, 
an Merrill, 
- m .Minns, 
-•in Torr 
Snsan v. 
inna, 67 



. 182 
. 107 
. 
182, 228 
188, 
. ISO 
. I 18 
. 

. 1 79 
. 202 
. 246 
. 229 
76, 119, 125, 
127 

92 



Survlna, .... 96 
Sylvester Goodale, 7C, ] 15 
Sylvester Howard, . 

Sylvia 9-t, 98 

iiia 119 

ax 96 

Thankful, . .77 

. . 69, 106 
Theodore Leston, . 232 

Theoda 

["herese 

Thesda 278 

•bald Chester, . 
Thoi , 68, 76, 81, 

III. 116, ISO, 181 
Thomas B., 125, 177, 198 

Thomas C 178 

Thomas J 812 

Thomas Jefferson, 187, 
212, 312 
Thomas Minns. . 202 
Thomas Munroe, . 1 96 
Thomas Rnssell, , 172 
2i 



Thomas Shepard, . 172 

Thornton Klrkland, 102, 

161, -':: i 

Thornton Marshall, 161 



111, 119, ] I, 125, 

180, I--. 192, 254, 804, 

806 

Timothy Lewis, . . 180 

Tryphenla, . . . 188 

Unity r.i 

196, 26 • 1 rsula 106, 17'." 

225 Ursula M., ... 

Etta, ... 270 
116 Vinal, . . 120, 127, 194 
243 Viola 



a Maria. . . . 
Vloletta Pauline, . 237 

Virginia 247 

-hi-. . . . 157 
Waitstlll, . . . 105, 120 
Wail -till Louisa, . 

Walea 225 

Wallace Henry, . . 286 
Wallace King, .216, 276 
Walter, 98, 154, 169, 172, 

1 
Walter Blake, .2 ! 



Walter Creighton, 
Walter Eliot, . . 
IT KU.-v. 



281 

167 

167, 

209, 270 
137, 210 



Walter Hazen, 
Walter Henry, 

Walter L., . 
Walter Macon, 
Wai llah, 

Ward, . . . 
Warner Lakin, 
Warren, 68, L04, 125, 154, 
164, 179, 311. 
Warren Fred, . . 284 
Warren Olin, . .236, 

(ley, . . . . 187 
Wesley L., 221, 252, 278 
Wilbur Fiske, . . 

Wllbert 164 

Willard, 122, 128, 186, 

Willard Adams, . . 161 

Willard C., . .261 
Willard William. I ; 
William, 27, 81, 43,56, 61, 

62, 63, 64, 67, 70, 7! 

91, 96, 101, 103, 107, 



no. 118, 185, l 
l:..-.. 159, 1*:", 161, : 
171, 187, 202 

1 
William Alexander, 
William Avery, . . 
William Barlow, 

am Bayllss, . 213 
William Bradford, . 
William I Irosby, 
William Danforth, i 

William Davis, - I 140 
William Eliol 246 
am Emery, 151, 

William F 

William Francis, 
William Frederick, 

281 
WllliamGoodrlch,190, 

William II., . .254, 
William Henry, 17<;. 

200, 204, 246 
William Horatio, 188, 
William Joseph, 
William Minns, 202, 
William Orris, . . 141 
William Richmond, '.'1, 

189, 21:;, 271. 
William Robert, 158, r.v:, 
William Rotch, 288, 
William Rnssell, 
William Smith, ins. 
William Stewart, 115, 17:5 
William V 

William Wallace, 201, 264, 

_ 

Willis Clark, . .272, 

Willis Craig 

Willis Morgan, . . 

Wllma 

Wlnfleld 

Winfleld F., ... 
Winnie 

Winifred 

Winnifred Agnes, . 
Wirt 

Yale 

iarlah, . . 'ic, 128 
Zeblah, Zublah, . 4 

Zenas 94, l itf 

Zernlah, ...•.■ 
Zlba, 65, '.'1, 149, 

Zlpporah 

Zublah 61, 68 



NAMES OTHER THAN WARE. 



Abbot, . . 79, 102, 139 

Adams, 94, 95, 124, 125, 

126, 150, 159, 163, 191, 

223, 227, 288, 297 

Ainsworth, . . . 141 

Albro, 72 

Alden 148 

Aldis, .... 23, 65 
Aldrich, Aldrage,' Ald- 

ridge, 17, 21, 122, 191 
Allchorus, . . . 118 
Allen, 71, 82, 100, 158, 189 
Allison, .... 232 
Ames, . . 86, 300, 311 
Anderson, .... 122 
Andrews, . 100, 138, 243 
Andross, .... 62 
Angelsdon . . . 259 
Appleton, .... 233 

Arms, 76 

Armsby, .... 167 
Arnold, . . . 222, 226 
Atwater .... 280 
Atwood, .... 220 
Avery, . . . 21, 45, 72 

Ayres, 231 

Babccck 102 

Bachelor 216 

Bacon, 30, 38, 50, 51, 52, 

110, 118 

Backus, .... 119 

.Badcock, .... 26 

Bailev, 123, 134, 142. 176. 

188, 207, 235, 243, 267 
Baker, . . 18, 135, 311 
Baldwin, . 146, 158, 210 

Bales, 170 

Bancroft, 
Bannister, 
Barbour, 
Bare, 

rlow, 
Barnes, . 



Barnum, Barnham, 
rell, 
rrett, 



141 
76 
232 
298 
300 
53, 101, 229 



. 62 

. 288 
' . 266 
123, 266 



110 



215 

' ! Q 

130 



Barrows, . 
Bartlet, . 
Basset, 
Bates, . . 
B:\tchelder, 
Battell, Battle, Battles, 
Battelle. 21. 24, 29, 30, 
42, 88, 178, 290 

Barley, 169 

fiavliss, . . . . 13S 
Baxter, .... 291 

Beal, 138 

Bean, Beane, . 25, 162 

Beard, 136 

Bears, 293 

Beckwith, .... 273 

Beede, 261 

Belcher, . ... 143 
Belden, Belding, 55, 225 
Belknap, .... 226 

Bell, 174 

Bement, .... 75 

Bemis, 234 

Benedict, . . . . Ill 
Beuner, .... 187 
Bennett, Bennette. 180, 

214, 215,249, 282, 
Benson, .... 242 
Bent, .... 87, 22:3 
Bickford, . . . . 267 
Bigelow, 53, 65, 133. 135, 
159, 288 
Bigsby, .... 298 
Billings, 23, 46. 47. 55, 61, 
84, 132, 177, 207 

Bird, 214 

. 229 
. 93 
. 264 
. 160 



Blunt, 309 

Boaden, .... 104 

Bodfish 267 

Bouney, ... 72, 73 
Bosworth, . . 134, 141 
Boutillier, . . . 116 
Bowditch, 121, 192, 304 
Bowen, .... 156 

Blair, 254 

Bowes, ... 99, 100 
Boyd, . . . 122, 186 
Boyden, . . . 153, 191 
Boyntou, .... 189 
Bradley, . . 123, 129 

Brann, 188 

Brastow, .... 104 
Breck, .... 69, 232 
Brewer, . . . 131, 265 
Brewster, .... 47 
Bridge, .... 156 
Brigham, . . 278, 288 
Briggs, 62, 64, 98, 145 

Bright 42 

Brimblecorn, . . 103 
Britton, . 79, 147, 215 
Broad, . . . 39, 106 

Broaddns 264 

Brodinerkle, . . . 163 
Broadstreet, . . . 134 
Brock, ..... 20 
Bromiley, . . . . 110 
Brooks, .... 163 
Brown, 70, 98, 137, 240, 
245-247, 302 
186- 
108 



Bishop, . . 
Blackinton, . 
Bladeu, . . 
Blaikie, . , 
Blake, 27, 64, 67, 70, 119, 
124, 151, 165, 167, 257 
Blanchard, . . . 125 
Blazer, ., ... 282 
Blodgett, . . 188,254 
Blood, . . 99, 248, 262 



Bruce, . 

Bryant, 

Buck, . 

Buckner, 

Buffam, 

Bullard, 

Bullen, . 

Bullock, 

Burgess, 

Burkett, 

Burleigh, 

Barnham, 



46, 



G6, 



39 
24 

103 

154, 229 

17. 99 

79 

258 

126 

108 

141 



\v VRE GEXE M '".V. 



331 



Ban- 124, 148 



rrls, . . 
Barron 

Bart, . . 

Buswell, . 

ler, . . 

terfleld, 
Batters, 

Cal.il!, . . 

Iwell, . 

npbell, . 
Capea, , 
Caproa, 

l t. : 



. . 146 

. . 196 

126, 288 

. . 180 

186, 382 

122, LSI 

, . 128 

. . 226 

. . 182 

. . 276 

. 19 

. . 18 
128, 






1 ilbarae, I 

116, 126, 

198, 21G 

Coleman, . 

Colford 

Collin-.. . 

Coltoo, 
Collyer, . 

• '.Mllill-, 

( lomstock, 



126, 117. 181, 261 

277 

Carrold 

Carroll, . . .247,261 

Carter 121 

Cary, Carey, 108, in.-,. 1 1:». 
- 217 

CaSS 270 

284 

Cha Ibooroe, 256 2 

Chaffln 4, 62 

oberlain, 71. 109, 116, 
l 12 
Chan L68, L70, 

186 

Chapeo, Chaplo, 70, 108, 

114. It:. 

Chaplea 4:; 

imao, . . .21::. 284 
Chase, . . Ill, 2 
-••man. . . . 
irer, . 68, 192, 217 

ley 71 

. •• Genere," L8a, 

L66 

k L89 



Chickering, 

•!. . 

soo, 
. 
Church. . 
Charchill, . 
Clapp, 



. . 60 
. . 139 
. . 250 
. 188 

. 9 I, 279 
. 18 
1<. 19, 15, 



170, 207, 812 

Clark. (' 

7:.. 77.-7. 
111. 117. lis. 120, 122, 
125, ll» - .. 151, 154, 256, 

•_'7>: 

5, L85 
. . 119 

. . 1 63 

. . 

. . 117 

. . 2 1 1 ) 

. 1 I . ''.I' 

. 2 1 6 

. . 1 79 

. . 



Clary. . . 
. . 
( !leveland, 
Cliftou, 
Cllnesworth, 
Clvde, . . 

.... 

eigh, . 

Codding, . 

all. 



( 'iiiiant. 
< 'mi-' 

1 ley, 

Coolldge, 

Cook, 



'• 15, 

257 

Deal I'.'. - . 



:.i 
15 

lnL'. 

17 



160, 



. . L86 

. . 7i> 
. . 2;.; 

. . 2' " i 
. . 2-1 
. . Ill 

L97, 
297 

16 



r. 



4';. 

121. 



( !ookson, 

CoolldgC, 

»er, 

land, 

Cora 

• m. 
Cottrell, 
i lourser, 
t !oasios, 
Coverley, 
Cow 
( lowell, 
Craft. . 
Craige, ( !ralg, 
• 221 

< !rawford, 
( hressy, 

< Jrocker, 

< Irosby, 

Miian. 
isett, 
Calpepper 



ill 

n;.-> 

L86 

. 184 

. 193 

. 211 

70 

. 1-:: 

. 144 

63, 152 

. 98 

• 17. 2-1 



( !ammings, 
( laanlngham, 
Corran, 
• Inrrier, 
Cart 

iug. 
< ! ashman, 
Catting, 
Daggett, 
Dana, 
Dane, . 
Danfortb, 
Daniel, . 



. . 2:.l 
. . 276 
. . 18 
. . 160 
. . 27. 1 
. . 2r,:, 
. . 291 
. . 138 
. 149, 22:: 
98 

. . 286 

. . L04 

. . 

. . 230 

. . :'.7 

. 186, 285 
. 71,208 

. . 181 
. . 

19, 1"". 21 '■ 

, . . 26 



L4 



7::. 



81, 



•<-. 



I-.:. 
•l - I '. 

Darling, . 149, 268i 276 

... i v.>. -j:.\ 

Daveoport, . . 11, 42 

Davis, 2::. 123, 11". 141, 

197, 198, 26 



. . 
i. • 
Deengalne 
I leering, 

-.. . 
I lemerritt, 

' 
Denlson, 8 
I teuton, 
1 >,■. 

f, ■ 
Ing, 

1).- Witt. 

Dexter, 

Dickey. 
Dlcfe 
Dimond, 
Dinsmore, 
row, 

Dix. . . 

. . 
Donnell, 

Ison, 
Dort, . 
Doton, . 
Doty, . 

. . 
Downer, 
Downing, 
Down-. Downes, 

Dowse, . . . 

Drake, 164, 166, 

Draper, 177, 184, 

Drury, . 

Dryer, . 

Dnnckel, 

Dm • 

Dnii 

Dnstia, 

zht, 
. 
Barnes, 
Ear' 

■nan, 

m, . 
: 

186, 

. . . . 

Eddy 

Edmands, . . 

Edwa 

I Ellis 






Ellitr 
Emerson, 
Emery, 
Emm 

Esty, . 






lL'L' 

154 

17 

2 7ii 

17- 

191 

275 

186 

I m 

-• 

:.t 

. 161 

. 266 

. 260 

11::. 

. 26 
206, 
. 2 
. • 
134, 2 '7 

145, 2ln 

. 199 
. 133 

169, 

. ir.7 
213, 226 
i 1 

. 285 

. 

. !•::» 

. 279 

. 177 

. ■ 
61 

. 52 
:\\ 

. 188 
230, 2::7 

. 1 

-- B9, 

77 
106 

. 134 
158 

254, : 

. 

268 
. 131 



332 



WARE GENEALOGY. 



,4- 



Evans 125 ; Gere, 

Everett, 49, 51, 52, G2, 83, Geretin, 

84, 123, 194 Gibbs, 
Fairbanks, 18, 23, 28, 35, 
66, 210 
Fairchild, ... 294 
Fales, . 143, 178, 312 
Farnsworth, ... 192 



Gilbert, 
Gilchrist, 
Giles, . 
Gill, . . 
Goldthwaite, 



Favnuni, 
Farrar, 



186 Goodale, 



. 75 

. 114 

. 41 

200, 272 

. 299 

. 217 

. 307 

. 310 

. 55 



23 



209, 287, 310 | Goodeuow, Goodnow, 57, 

58, 133, 215 
. . . 120 
... 197 
. . 57, 112 
45, 244, 246 
. . . 195 
... 117 



Farriugton, 

Farwell, . 76, 115, 168 j Goodrich, 
Eassett, .... 116 ; Goodridge, 
Fessenden, . . . 135 ; Gordon, 
Field, . . 76, 195, 258 Goulding, 

Finley, 231 Grady, . 

Finney, .... 62 Grainger, . 

Fish, 112 Grant, 34, 83, 180, 226, 

Fisher, 23, 24, 28, 30, 31, i 250, 298, 307 

37, 47, 56, 65, 72,95, 118, ] Greatraikes, ... 95 

120, 121, 184, 193, 215, Greeley, .... 108 

217, 242 i Green, Greene, 18, 19, 87, 

Fiske, 88,97,110,269] 95,117,124,160,175,185 

Fletcher, 56, 87, 134, 241 Greenwood, . . . 4, 71 

Flagg 55. 230 Grouety, .... 218 

18 Grover, .... 109 

97, 134, 208 i Groves, . . 121, 304 

. 196 Guild, 27, 31, 112, 120, 163, 

. 85 178, 242, 289 

. 156 Gunn, 173 

. 109 ; Gustin 137 

. 264 Hale, . . 84, 123, 190 

. 195 Haley, 213 

. 182 Hall, 53, 54, 96, 101, 124, 

34, 381 126 > 132 > 151 > 170 < 210 > 

93, 310 j 230,268,291 

• 84 ! Halladay, .... 238 



Flatingkam, 



Flint, 
Flood, . 
Floyd, . 
Fogg, . 
Fotger, 
Foote, . 
Forbes, 
Forbush, 
Force, . 
Ford, . 
Forrest, 
Fosgale, 



79, 



280 



Foster, 37,85,93,98, 104, 

195, 197, 276, 310 

Fowler, .... 160 



Fox, 

Franklin, 
Frary, . 
Freeman, 

French, 
Frink, . 
Frost, . 

Fuller, 21, 29, 



Gage, 

Gaines, . 
Gale, . 
Galnsba, 
Gamage, 
Gardner, 
Garland, 
Gates, . 



116, 132 
. 276 
. 140 



. 37, 62 ; Harding, 
79, 270, 280 j Hardwicke, 



Hathorn, .... 144 

Hatstat, . . 162, 236 

Haven, . ... 45, 102 

Hawes, 23, 25, 29, 37, 44, 

48, 51, 57, 58, 68, 125, 

126, 129, 155, 194, 223, 

239, 245, 301 



Hawkes, . 
Hawkins, . 
Hay den, . 
Haynes, . 
Havward, 
Hazelton, 
Heald, . . 
Healy, . . 
Heard, Hurd, 
Heath, . . 
Heaton, 
Heffron, 
Heilae, 
Henderson, 
Hendrick, . 
llcnsel, 
Henshaw, . 
Herring, . 
Herzog, 
Hicks, . . 
Higgins, . 



. 75 
127, 128 
70, 121 
. 183 
. 189 
. 310 
. 221 
80, 304- 
. 166, 167 
77, 189, 295 
53, 80 
193 
266 
145 
215 
291 
74 
39 
108 
62 
164 



Hill, Hills, 4, 62, 80, 91, 

126, 139 

Hillycr, .... 70 

Hilt, 295 

Hitchcock, . . . 158 

Hixon, 120 

Hodges, .... 61 
Holbrook, 35,67, 69, 124, 
244, 309 



Hamblet, Hamlet, 149, 

154, 223 | 
Hammond, 70, 145, 225 
Hancock, 31, 37, 57, 99 ! 
Handel, .... 222 j 
Hanna, 1 .... 172 
Hanson, .... 261 
. . 164 
. . 176 



260 
39, 290 
38, 77, 79, 



168, 209, 227, 252, 280 



. . 263 

. . 251 

. . 158 

. . 310 

. . 86 

97, 201, 202 

. . 310 

. . 199 



Gay, 23, 25-7, 29, 30, 37, 

39, 44, 60, 243, 289 

George, . 19, 23, 39, 91 

Geuere, Ginery [Chen- 

ery], 18a, 20 



Hardy, 225- 

Harlow, .... 237 
Harmon, .... 96 

Harper, 110 

Harrington, 70, 222, 227, 
312 



Harris, . 
Harrison, . 
Hartley, 
Hartshorn, 
Hartway, . 
Hartwell, . 
Harvey, 
Haskell,. . 



Hastings, 215, 218, 234 



Hathaway, 
Hathon, 



203, 219 
. 17:; 
. 238 
. 179 
. 35 
. 187 
. 62 

127, 286 



254, 296 
216 



Holden, . 
Hollis, . 
Holloway, 
Holmes, 
Holt, . 
Hood, . 
Hooker, 
Houston, 
How, Howe, 
Howard, 121 
Howlaud, 
Hoxie, . 
Hoyt, . 
Hubbard, 
Hugg, . 
Hughes, 
Hulett, . 
Humphrey 
Hunt, . 
Hunter, 
Hunting, 
Huntington, 
Huutoon, 
Hurd, . 
Hutchins, 
Hyde, . 



103, 162, 193 

302 

247 

312 

88 

240 

102, 180 

. . 130 

181, 297 

180, 246 

74, 109 

51 

98 

275 

145 

287 

117 

216 

9, 151- 

252 

23, 24 

309 

164 

222 

85 

75 



18, 



WARE GENEALOGY. 



333 



Me ir;) 

[ngallfl 108 

•• [ronqntll," .289 

[rvlng 

Jackson, . . 108, 276 
Jaques, . L65, 888, --'-7 

Jenkins 78 

Jennings, . . l"7,-i*»* 
Jewett, . . . 89, 868 
Johnson, 100, 108 
180, 185 ■ 840, 

808 

Johnston 176 

Jones, 18, 19, 67, L88, 168, 

199 

.Ionian B89 

elyn L88 

66, '-'77 

Joyce 870 

Jnngblnth, - . . 882 

1\ n 1 1 III 17 

Kamp 188 

Keelnm, . . . 19, 20 

1~7 

Keep 198 

Keith 166 

p, 188, 800, 817, 268 

all -: 

K - ton 204 

Senl 199 



Kennedy 



rO, 



Kidder, L87 

Kilburn 98 

Kimball, . . 145, 212 
Kinney, Kenney, . 180 
Kin-. . :i, 76, 1 12. 207 

Kingman 279 

Kingsbury Kingsberrj . 
19, 39, -in, 42! 60, 
71. L87, 144, 166, 168, 
17'.'. 24 
... 71 
... 71 
. . . 186 



Kingsley 
Kirkland 
Knapp, . 
Knight, 
Knowles, 

ick, 
Lakin, . 
Lamb, . 
Lamb rt. 
. 
Langmaid, 
Law, . . 



ro, 271. 
. . . 92 
. . . 108 
. . 16 
. 209, 272 
. . . 118 
100, 206 

64, 101. 

. . 

. . 172 



62 



Lawrenc . -1. 17.". 

Leaob 7:». 216 

at. 7:;. 118, 11 1. 121, 
294 

d 

I ler 180 

. . 146, I'd. 297 
id, 97,98,99, 10 



ml, 17. 68, 67, 7.".. 
188, 18 

Leprellett, . . . 106 
Lewlsi <•:. 7:.. 178, 218, 

246, 248, 249 
Llbbey, Libby, , 1-. 

Lilly 21- 

Lincoln, 67, 36, l"". I'M. 

L6S 

Litchfield, . . . 267 

Little 95 Maynard, 

Llttlefleld, . . . 811 

Lloyd 151 

... 101, 108, 180, ill 

Long 884 

Lord 100 

Loring 815 

Lot! 169 

Lovell 157 

ring 165 

Lovewellj .... 85 

Lowell 102 

Lowndes 169 

Lull 281 

Lyman 168 

I -yon Il' 

McAdams, ... 210 

McAnanl 109 

McGabe 230 

McCall 176 

McOloud, . . 167, 238 

McClnrg 288 

McComaa 810 

MeEowen, . . . 115 

McEvay 236 

McGanphey, . . . 171 

McGlassion, . . . 169 

McGuire 301 

Mcintosh 100 

Mackentyre, ... 54 

Mclntyre 285 

McKay 164 

McKeen 187 

McKenzie, . . . 298 

McLane 71 

McNeil 160 

McQuarters, . . . 271 
McSpadden, . . . 

McWilliams, . . . 274 

ill, 145, 279 

158 

Magnire, . . . . 181 

Magua 21 

Makeplece, . . . 



Marshall, . . 161 

Martin 109 

Mason, 97, 108, 1 II. 1 19, 

Matthews 210 

Mawney 196 

Maxey 6) 

• ell 171 

May 

Mayo, . . . .72 

. . . 229 

Mcggat, . . . 158, 284 

Mendall 178 

Merrlam, 155, l'i2, 228 

Merrill -7 

enger, Messinger, 16, 

ilf, 18, 20, 21, 2i 
81, 85, 89, 58, 66, 58, 72, 
81^88, 104, 118, 124, 

208, 227, 258 
Mlddleberger, 

97, 192 

.Milieu 

.Miller. 7::. 71, 122, 188, 
190, 191, 2L'7. 271, 

.•'.Ml 

Mills, 40, 41, 42, 93, 121 
Minns, . . . 2ni>, 203 

hell 2H2 

MOnson 199 

Moody 172 

Moore, 108, 190, 235 

Morgan 300 

Morrison, . . . 262, 277 
Morse, I.".. Mi, 1;:;. 109, 119,. 
167, 180, I:'-, 198, 222, 
-I! 

Mosher 151 

Mossely 

Mossman 199 

Moulton, . . . 168,310 
Munroe,. . . 

Mnrphy 166 

Nahaton, Nehoiden, 21 

Nail Hi; 

Naramore, . . . 
Nash, 81, 77.. 



irt, . . 
■it. . , 
ilth, . 

Ne\V, . . 

Newcomb, 

Newel, : 



Man, Mann, Ni whall, 

81, 84, 89, 12. H. Newton, 
'•■7. -I. I'd, 11:1. iso, Nichi 
180, 165, 217, 211 • 
Manley 185 Nich 



Manning, 
Mansfield, 
March, . 
Marsh, . 






. . 1-7 
. . 

.. . 102 
. . 15 1 
. . 
■[. 
. . . . 156 
. . .171.211 
8, 71, ! 

248 
67, n. ;:. 
Nickerson, . . 84 

Nlms in 

Noris, Norris, 

Norwood 186 






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